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   S.S. CAPE MOHICAN

      October 2002
                           CAPE MOHICAN DEACTIVATION SPECIFICATION
     October 2002
                                        Deactivation Specification
                                           S.S. Cape Mohican

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      5                       IUM Headquarters                                  Library
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                                     SUMMARY OF CORRECTIONS

   Revision                Date                                     Entered By




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                                               TABLE OF CONTENTS
     PREAMBLE TO SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................... 6

     VESSEL PARTICULARS ................................................................................................... 8

     1.0:       GENERAL SERVICES SECTION........................................................................... 9
   1.01:    INSPECTION FOR TRIP IN TOW ................................................................................................ 9
   1.02:    TOWING ...................................................................................................................................... 9
   1.03:    WHARFAGE .............................................................................................................................. 12
   1.04:    LINE HANDLERS ...................................................................................................................... 13
   1.05:    TUG BOATS AND PILOTS ........................................................................................................ 13
   1.06:    GANGWAY ................................................................................................................................ 13
   1.07:    TELEPHONE SERVICE ............................................................................................................ 13
   1.08:    GAS FREE CERTIFICATE ........................................................................................................ 14
   1.09:    CRANE SERVICE ...................................................................................................................... 15
   1.10:    FIRE PROTECTION .................................................................................................................. 15
   1.11:    FIRE WATCH ............................................................................................................................. 16
   1.12:    GUARD SERVICE ..................................................................................................................... 16
   1.13:    BILGE PUMPING ....................................................................................................................... 16
   1.14:    GARBAGE DISPOSAL .............................................................................................................. 17
   1.15:    COMPRESSED AIR .................................................................................................................. 17
   1.16:    TEMPORARY LIGHTING .......................................................................................................... 18
   1.17:    OWNER’S REPRESENTATIVE’S OFFICE ............................................................................... 18
   1.18:    PORTABLE TOILET .................................................................................................................. 19
   1.19:    BOTTLED WATER .................................................................................................................... 19
   1.20:    DECK COVERINGS .................................................................................................................. 19
   1.21:    ELECTRIC POWER................................................................................................................... 20
   1.22:    MOTOR HEAT LAMPS .............................................................................................................. 20
   1.23:    STORES GANG ......................................................................................................................... 20
   1.24:    SHORE STEAM ......................................................................................................................... 20
   1.25:    DOCK TRIALS ........................................................................................................................... 21
   1.26:    SHIP INSPECTION .................................................................................................................... 22
     2.0:       DRYDOCKING ......................................................................................................23
   2.01:    DRYDOCKING .......................................................................................................................... 23
   2.02:    ANCHORS, CHAINS & CHAIN LOCKER .................................................................................. 23
   2.03:    SEA CHEST & SEA NOZZLES .................................................................................................. 24
   2.04:    ZINC ANODES .......................................................................................................................... 25
   2.05:    SEA CHEST BOLTING FLANGE REPAIRS .............................................................................. 26
   2.06:    CATHODIC PROTECTION SYSTEM INSPECTION ................................................................. 26
   2.07:    UNDERWATER REFERENCE MARKS .................................................................................... 27
     3.0:       HULL & STRUCTURAL SECTION........................................................................28
   3.01:    SEA CHESTS BLANKS REINSTALLATION (TOTAL OF 14) ....................................................... 28
   3.02:    HULL BLASTING AND COATING ............................................................................................. 29
     4.0:       MAIN PROPULSION SECTION ............................................................................33


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   4.01: STACK, EXHAUST PIPE COVERS AND WHISTLE COVERS ................................................. 33
   4.02: BOILER DEACTIVATION .......................................................................................................... 33
   4.03: SHAFT LOCKING DEVICE ........................................................................................................ 41
     5.0:        AUX. MACHINERY AND SYSTEMS .....................................................................42
   5.01:     D.H. SYSTEM ACTIVATION...................................................................................................... 42
   5.02:     D.H. ENVELOPE ....................................................................................................................... 42
   5.03:     DEACTIVATION AND LAY UP OF STEAM SYSTEMS ............................................................. 44
   5.04:     DISTILLERS CLEANING AND LAY UP (TWO UNITS)................................................................. 48
   5.05:     COMPRESSED AND CONYROL AIR SYSTEMS LAY UP ........................................................ 48
   5.06:     PIPING AND AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT .................................................................................... 49
   5.07:     OILY WATER SEPARATOR ...................................................................................................... 50
   5.08:     REFRIGERATION, AIR CONDITIONING & COMPRESSORS REEFER BOXES .................... 51
   5.09:     F.W. TANKS – POTABLE, DISTILLED & RESERVE FEED ...................................................... 51
   5.10:     PRESSURE VESSELS .............................................................................................................. 52
   5.11:     BILGE WELLS ........................................................................................................................... 52
   5.12:     SEWAGE AND SANITARY DRAIN SYSTEM ............................................................................ 52
   5.13:     D.H. OPENINGS FOR EQUIPMENT ......................................................................................... 53
   5.14:     TANK SOUNDINGS ................................................................................................................... 54
   5.15:     ENGINE ROOM ACCESS PLATES, LOWER BARGE DECK P&S ........................................... 54
     6.0:        ELECTRICAL SECTION .......................................................................................55
   6.01:     BATTERIES AND BATTERY CHARGER .................................................................................. 55
     7.0:        CARGO HANDLING, MOORING & DECK MACHINERY .....................................56

     8.0:        HABITABILITY ......................................................................................................57
   8.01:     SHIP’S SERVICE REFRIGERATION SPACES......................................................................... 57
   8.02:     ICE MACHINES AND WATER FOUNTAINS ............................................................................. 57
   8.03:     GALLEY EQUIPMENT AND MISC. CLEANING ........................................................................ 57
   8.04:     ACCOMODATIONS CLEANING AND PIPING DRAINAGE ...................................................... 57
   8.05:     FINAL CLEANING OF VESSEL ................................................................................................. 57
     9.0:        INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL, NAVIGATION AND SAFETY SECTION ......60
   9.01:     FIRE MAIN D.H. ......................................................................................................................... 60
   9.02:     FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM .............................................................................................. 60
   9.03:     LIFEBOATS ............................................................................................................................... 61
   9.04:     INFLATABLE LIFE RAFTS ........................................................................................................ 61
   9.05:     MISCELLANEOUS LIFE SAVING EQUIPMENT ....................................................................... 61
   9.06:     RUDDER LOCKS AND STEERING SYSTEM ........................................................................... 61




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                       PREAMBLE TO SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL COATING REQUIREMENTS
All new and disturbed steel on this vessel resulting from the performance of work items
in this package shall be prepared and recoated as per this coating specification.

Surfaces are to be prepared by grinding, sandblasting or mechanical scaling with
mechanical needle gun or equivalent as may be specified. At a minimum, surface
preparation shall be to SSPC (Steel Structure Painting Council) specification of SP 3.

All coatings used must be compatible to the existing coatings.

As a minimum requirement for any painting, including touch-ups of damaged or
otherwise affected areas, surfaces shall be prepared free of all loose rust, dirt, oil and
grease. Touch-up painting shall be done using similar coating materials and systems to
that existing, and shall match the surroundings to the maximum extent practical. Any
existing system or equipment markings shall be protected or re-applied in accordance
with the above guidelines.


GENERAL NOTE:
It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to confirm with the Owner’s
Representative, all or any sizes, shapes, types, dimensions, colors, materials, parts,
technical requirements, data and/or processes required to effectively make associated
repairs and/or modifications per these specifications prior to the commencement of
work.


MATERIAL QUALITY
All material, equipment, etc., used in the performance of the specifications shall be at
least equal to that of the original, be certified by an established industry-wide
recognized firm for marine application and in full compliance with the rules, regulations
and requirements of the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) and U.S. Coast Guard
(USCG), where applicable. In addition, all contractor furnished bolting shall be U.S.
Thread National Course or National Fine.




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PERIPHERAL ACCESS
All equipment, machinery, systems, tankage, etc. opened in the performance of the
specifications, including all interference’s, removals, etc., in way of shall be closed-up,
reinstalled, replaced, etc., as original with new gaskets, packing, fasteners, etc.
including caulking and washers to studs of manholes, access covers, etc. Said
equipment; machinery, systems, tankage, etc. shall be tested in accordance with
accepted practices to prove tightness and proper operations upon completion of work.

         NOTE:
         Contractor shall maintain a list of loosened, opened, altered fasteners and/or
         closures and demonstrate tightness of same upon completion of work to the
         Owner’s Representative. Contractor shall maintain a list of all blanking, plugging,
         etc., installed for testing purposes and demonstrate removal of same to the
         Owner’s Representative.


REQUIRED TIDINESS
All new, disturbed and/or soiled materials, surfaces, equipment, etc., affected by the
accomplishment of these specifications shall be properly cleaned, prepared,
coated/recoated, re-lagged/re-insulated, etc., as applicable and original.

All spaces, equipment, machinery, tanks, accommodations, affected by repairs shall be
left in a clean and orderly condition and ready to serve their intended purposes.

The vessel shall be delivered in a condition at least equal to when received by the
Contractor. A mutual inspection of the entire vessel by the Owner’s Representative,
and the Contractor, is to be conducted before commencement and upon completion of
contract. Owner’s Representative shall decide all disputed matters.


VESSEL EQUIPAGE
Except when specified in writing from the Owner’s Representative, the Contractor shall
not use any of the vessel’s spare parts, equipage, material, equipment in the
performance of specifications, including mooring lines, etc. Any spare parts, equipage,
material, etc. authorized for use by the Contractor are to be replaced, at the
Contractor’s expense, prior to the completion of the contract. The Contractor shall be
responsible for all deficiencies and the prompt and proper restoration of same and all
deficiencies arising from the Contractor’s use of the vessel equipage, machinery, etc.




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                          VESSEL PARTICULARS
American Bureau of Shipping Classification:                    + A1, E, +AMS, +ACC
American Bureau of Shipping ID No                                            7303712
USCG ID No.                                                             IMO 7223314
Nationality:                                                            United States
Port of Registry:                                                         Norfolk, VA
Call Sign                                                                      WDOP
Type:                                                       Barge & Container Carrier
Year Built                                                                      1973
Yard Built                                        General Dynamics Corp. Quincy, MA
Shipyard Hull No.:                                                                 20
Official Number:                                                              536672
Length Overall:                                                            875’ 11 1/4”
Length Between Perpendiculars:                                                721’ 06”
Beam, Breadth Molded:                                                         105’ 10”
Depth, Molded:                                                                  75’ 0”
Draft, Summer - Full Load, molded:                                          39’ 1 1/2”
Draft to assigned waterline, int’l.:                                        39’ 1 1/8”
Air Draft (Height above Keel)                                                 155’ 0”
Dead Weight Tonnage [DWT], Summer, (LT):                                      38,410
Gross Tonnage (MT):                                                            27,910
Net Tonnage (MT):                                                             18,884
Suez Canal Tonnage (MT):                                            30,064.43 (Gross)
Panama Canal Tonnage (MT):                                          30,106.51 (Gross)
Fuel Capacity (Bunker Oil) (MT):                                                6,362
Potable Water Capacity, (MT):                                                     373
Distilled Water Capacity (MT):
Ballast Capacity (MT):                                                        25,547
Fixed Ballast                                                                      0
Shaft Horsepower, Normal ABS:                                                 36,000
Speed, Knots:                                                                     15
Propeller Diameter/Pitch, (5 Blades, R-H rot.):                                23’0”
Propelling Machinery:                                                  Steam Turbine
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1.0:              GENERAL SERVICES SECTION
1.01:               INSPECTION FOR TRIP IN TOW
Obtain services of Owner approved salvage surveyor to make recommendations for ballast
conditions for vessel's tow to its layberth. Contractor shall obtain a ballast/de-ballast
sequence plan and ballast the vessel if required (contractor-furnished pumps, etc.) prior to
commencement of the tow.

For each movement ensure that shaft locking device is properly installed in place and
secured to prohibit shaft from turning. Contractor to ensure that rudder locking devise is
properly installed to prohibit rudder from swinging, also close system valves as detailed on
the valve operating chart posted in the steering room to hydraulically lock the system.

                    Fuel oil bunker tanks shall not to be used for ballasting.

Take soundings of all tanks and provide a written report in gallons of liquids on board to
the Owner’s Representative and USCG. Provide written report of stability calculations,
soundings and results in terms of fitness for tow and excess stability, prior to every tow,
considering the then-current conditions of load, fuel and ballast. Such stability calculations
and the certificate of stability to be reviewed and approved by a current USCG licensed
Master or a registered naval architect.

Should vessel require ballast for either towing or proper trim for drydocking, tanks
extending above the double bottom are to be treated against ice damage if vessel's lay-up
site is in a freezing environment. Vessel's ballast system is not usable. Contractor will be
responsible for opening manholes in ballast tanks as necessary to pump in ballast and
remove any ballast with portable pumps.

Prior to the commencement of work, in company with the assigned Owner’s Rep,
accomplish a video documented inspection of the vessel and provide the Owner with two
copies of the video showing the condition of the entire ship with detail of specific areas
where work will be performed for these specifications. The video shall be narrated. The
narration shall give the space or frame number and the direction of the view, as necessary
to later identify the exact location. The video's will be submitted to the Owner prior to
vessel leaving the James River Reserve Fleet


1.02:               TOWING
Provide tugs, pilots, towing equipment and personnel to move and/or tie up and let go of
vessel.



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The contractor shall tow the vessel as a dead ship tow from the contractor’s facility to its
lay berth.

In conjunction with the General Service items titled “Wharfage” and “Line Handlers” the
Contractor shall assume control of the vessel at the contractor’s facility and tow the vessel
to its lay berth. To this end, the contractor shall be responsible for all aspects of towing.
For the purposes of the tow, the vessel shall be considered a completely “Dead Ship” at all
times, including letting go, tying up, and while under tow.

The Contractor shall comply with the applicable regulatory requirements of the USCG and
ABS for all towing preparations and procedures.

The following items shall be accomplished for the initial towing of the vessel to the
contractor’s facility:

   Provide the services of an independent marine surveyor, approved by the Owner’s
    Representative, to carry out a survey of the S.S. CAPE MOHICAN, the towing vessel’s,
    towing gear, and towing arrangements to ascertain the suitability of all factors to ensure
    a safe tow. The vessel shall be surveyed prior to the tow.

   Provide a sufficient number of towing vessels of adequate size and horsepower,
    towing gear, all Pilots, necessary battery powered lights, safety and boarding
    equipment, and all riding crews required in order to effect a safe tow. The Contractor
    shall nominate the towing vessel(s) to the independent marine surveyor who will
    approve the adequacy of these vessels given the location of the shipyard, time of year
    and weather.

   Prepare the vessel for tow in compliance with the recommendations of the above
    mentioned marine surveyor and the Owner's Representative. The following
    preparations, at the minimum, shall be accomplished by the Contractor:

         Supply and rig a towing bridle and install towing padeye(s) as required. The towing
         bridle shall be a three part chain bridle fitted with a flounder plate. The chain is to
         be of adequate size and strength to suit the task, and the entire assembly shall be
         properly certified. Upon completion of the contract, the Contractor's bridle shall be
         removed from the vessel.

         Contractor shall provide and install an "emergency towing hawser" on the ship.
         Contractor shall attach a retrieving line and buoy and any safety cables required to
         the "emergency towing hawser".

         Contractor will secure (by lashing and shoring) all loose gear throughout the vessel,
         (the use of duct tape or strapping tape will not be allowed for lashing purposes).

         Close and secure all water-tight and weather-tight closures throughout the vessel.

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         Close and wire all sea valves.

Install proper fixed shaft and rudder locks.

   The Contractor shall provide a suitable riding crew in order to effect a safe tow to the
    contractor’s facility. In the case of an ocean tow, the riding crew shall ride the vessel
    from the mooring to the first sea buoy and shall board the vessel at the first inbound
    pilot station and ride the vessel to the destination mooring. The Contractor shall have
    a boat available to place the riding crew aboard upon arrival at the designated sea
    buoy or first inbound Pilot boarding area and to transport the riding crew back ashore
    upon departure from the sea buoy or last outbound Pilot boarding area.

   The riding crews shall consist of three (3) persons with one (1) foreman, all of whom
    are to be experienced in shipboard operations and possess a full knowledge of all
    aspects of line handling.

   The riding crew shall be provided with three (3) portable radio transceivers capable of
    transmitting and receiving on all standard VHF marine frequencies; one (1) at vessel's
    bow, one (1) at stern and one (1) with attendant alongside the Pilot on the bridge.

   The riding crews are to be outfitted with all the equipment and tools deemed necessary
    in accordance with standard marine practice. Particular attention should be paid to the
    fact that power and lighting will not be available.

   The riding crews must be available for immediate action at all times to perform all
    duties in support of the Pilot and tugboats.

   The riding crew will be responsible for stowing all mooring lines upon sailing.

   The Contractor shall provide sufficient food, water and sanitary facilities for all riding
    crews, including Pilots.
   The Contractor shall solicit and obtain all necessary certificates for the tow. The
    following documents shall be obtained by the Contractor and delivered to the Owner’s
    Representative prior to towing of the vessel:

         Insurance Certificate
         Copy of Marine Surveyor’s Report
         Copy of Permit to Proceed
         Towing Certificates
         Load Line Exemption Certificate
         Certificate of Equipment Testing
         Daily Vessel Position Reports while vessel under tow.



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   The Contractor shall keep IUM informed as of the daily position of the vessel via fax,
    and shall notify IUM via the telephone in case an emergency situation arises. A copy of
    the noon position report shall be delivered to the Owner’s Representative by 1400
    hours EST each day during the tow.

The Contractor shall make the following connections and disconnections of services to the
vessel: gangway, electrical, water, telephone and discharge lines.


1.03:               WHARFAGE
Provide a safe wharfage, which is equipped with all the service facilities as required by the
work items and service items contained in this specification package.

The Contractor's proposed wharf must provide a safe berthing area for the vessel. A safe
berthing area constitutes as a minimum, structural integrity of the wharf as well as
sufficient depth of water at the pier. The Contractor shall submit to the Owner's
Representative the following documentation:

(a) Structural Survey Report of the Pier:
       The structural survey must be performed by a reputable naval architecture/marine
       surveying company. The survey must include all portions of the pier above and
       below the water. The survey must have been performed within six months before
       award of the contract.

(b) Sounding Chart:
      The Sounding Chart must have been drafted and/or updated within six months
      before the award of the contract.

(c) Mooring Plan and Heavy Weather Plan:
      A Ship Specific Mooring Plan as well as an Emergency Heavy Weather Plan must
      be developed and presented to the Owner's Representative within 24 hrs of Notice
      To Proceed.

A minimum of four (4) feet of water shall be maintained at all times under the vessel's keel
over its entire length throughout the duration of the shipyard period.

Provide proper mooring lines and wires along with personnel to maintain the proper
tension on the mooring lines and wires during all tide changes and weather changes. The
actual mooring arrangement shall be in accordance with the mooring plan submitted by the
Contractor. All mooring lines must be Contractor furnished. The ship's mooring lines and
wires shall not be used.

Provide and install rat guards on all mooring lines, service lines and hoses greater than 1
inch in diameter for the duration of the yard period. Maintain the rat guards in good order
and correct all deficiencies when required.

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The wharfage provided must be maintained in a safe and clean condition throughout the
duration of the shipyard period.


1.04:               LINE HANDLERS
The Contractor shall provide all line handlers to moor the vessel upon arrival, to cast off
the vessel during the final departure, and during all shifts within the Contractor's facility.
The Contractor must supply all heaving lines and stoppers to be used during the mooring
operations.

         Note:
         The Contractor will be responsible to provide the line handlers on the pier as
         well as on the ship.

1.05:               TUG BOATS AND PILOTS
The Contractor shall furnish all tugs and pilots for vessels arrival and final departure from
contractors facility. Contractor shall also furnish tugboats and pilots for all vessel shifts
within the Contractor’s facility for the duration of the Contract period. Shifts from the
contractor’s lay berth into or out of the dry dock will be at the contractor’s expense. The
contractor shall provide all required tugboats, line handlers, and pilots.


1.06:               GANGWAY
The Contractor shall supply and secure in position at all times, one (1) lighted gangway
with proper handrails and security nets to allow easy access to and from the vessel. The
gangway shall be set up at a location designated by the Owner's Representative.

         Note: Any modifications to, removals of, or attachments to the vessel for the
         purpose of positioning the gangway in the optimum location, are to be
         completely removed and / or restored when the gangway is removed, and the
         area is to be left as original.

The ship's gangway shall not be used at any time during the shipyard period.


1.07:               TELEPHONE SERVICE
In conjunction with the service item titled "Owner’s representative's Office", the Contractor
shall provide the following:

Provide all labor and material required to install, connect, supply, and maintain for the
duration of the shipyard period one complete telephone service line on board the vessel
which shall be unrestricted for long distance calling. The unrestricted telephone service


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lines shall be set up in the Chief Engineer's office. The Contractor shall provide all cables,
fittings, jacks, and telephones in order to install the complete system.

Provide all labor and material required to install, connect, supply, and maintain for the
duration of the shipyard period four complete, separate telephone service lines in the P/E
office facility. Each separate line must have unrestricted long distance service capability.
The Contractor shall provide all cables, fittings, jacks, and telephones in order to install the
complete systems.

The Contractor shall disconnect and re-install the telephone services in conjunction with
the dock trial and during all shifts within the Contractor’s facility.

Contractor shall include all costs involved with completing the above work item as well as
the standard service charges for the telephone service for the duration of the contract
period. For estimating purposes, Contractor shall estimate $100.00 per day for long
distance telephone calls.

A change order or credit order will be issued to reconcile for the actual long distance
charges incurred during the contract period. The change order or credit order will be
established by subtracting the total long distance charges from the bid rate of $100 per
day.

1.08:               GAS FREE CERTIFICATE
Prior to the start of all hot work or enclosed space inspections, the Contractor must provide
the services of a Certified Marine Chemist to monitor the gas free state and to issue a gas
free certificate in all spaces where hot work or inspections are to be performed. No hot
work shall be permitted until the compartment involved and all surrounding areas have
received a "Safe for Men - Safe for Hot Work" certificate issued by the Certified Marine
Chemist. All compartments must be re-certified and all gas free certificates must be
updated every 24 hours or whenever conditions change in the vicinity of the hot work. A
certified shipyard competent person may be used to re-certify a space only if the re-
certification falls within the 24-hour limit and conditions have not changed in the space.

The Contractor must provide the services of a Marine Chemist to certify "Safe for Men" all
cofferdams, ballast tanks, void spaces, double bottom tanks, deep tanks, pressure
vessels, etc., which must be entered during the period of performance of the contract. The
tanks that must be certified include all tanks required to be opened for regulatory body
inspection and for shipyard repairs. The Contractor must remove all access covers to the
tanks as necessary in support of this item and close all accesses as original after the work
and/or inspections have been completed. The tanks must be closed in good order using
all new gaskets and providing new fasteners, as required. The Contractor shall vent all
spaces using forced ventilation to obtain the "Safe for Men" atmosphere required to obtain
the certification of the tanks by the Marine Chemist.



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Three (3) copies of all Gas Free Certificates must be made available. Each copy must be
delivered to the proper person, or location, before entry and/or start of hot work.
Distribution of the certificate copies is as follows:

    (a) One copy to Owner's Representative;
    (b) One copy for display at Gangway;
    (c) One copy to be posted at the area.

The Contractor must develop a check-off list, which contains all tanks that have been
opened during the period of performance of the contract. The check-off list must include
the name of the tanks, the location of the tanks, the date the tanks were opened, and the
date the tanks were closed. Submit an updated copy of the check-off list to the Owner's
Representative on a daily basis.

1.09:               CRANE SERVICE
Provide the services of a crane, crane operator, and crane tender to assist in the
performance of all work items required by the contract, and to assist the ships crew as
directed by the Owner's Representative. The crane and crane operator must be available
on a 24-hour per day basis during the entire period of performance of the contract. The
crane service must be available to the ship’s crew within 45 minutes of notification to the
Contractor during normal working hours (8 AM to 5 PM).

All costs incurred by the use of the crane shall be the sole responsibility of the Contractor.
As a minimum, the crane must have a 10 ton capacity and a sufficient reach to land a
container of this weight on the off shore side of the main deck of the ship. The Contractor
must supply all lifting gear (spreader bars, straps, etc.) required to support all crane
service.

1.10:               FIRE PROTECTION
The Contractor must provide fire protection to the ship upon arrival at Contractor’s facility.
The fire protection must remain on the ship until departure for sea trials. All Fire Protection
shall comply with the National Fire Protection Association, “Standard for Fire Protection of
Vessels During Construction, Repair, and Lay-up”, NFPA 312.

In addition to the above requirement, furnish and install hose manifolds (minimum of 3)
and sufficient 1-1/2 inch fire hose lengths to reach throughout the entire vessel. Each
manifold must be charged by a 2-1/2 inch fire hose and branch off into two separate 1-1/2
inch fire hoses. One manifold must be placed forward, one manifold must be placed
midship, and one manifold must be placed aft. All manifolds must be placed on the main
deck. The manifolds shall be pressurized by a dedicated shore service fire pump. The
pressure at each manifold shall be maintained at a minimum of 100 PSIG while providing
sufficient flow. Each manifold shall be equipped with a gauge to monitor the pressure of
the system. In addition, each manifold must also be equipped with two (2) quick closing
ball valves installed prior to the downstream hoses (each hose must have one dedicated


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shut off valve). The downstream hoses shall not be pressurized unless required by an
emergency. An all-purpose nozzle is to be attached to the end of each hose.

         Note: Vessel fire main system, hoses, and equipment shall not be used.


1.11:               FIRE WATCH
The Contractor shall furnish and ensure a trained dedicated fire watch is at the work site
during the performance of any hot work operations throughout the period of performance
of the contract. The fire watch shall have the sole responsibility of fire safety. The fire
watch shall not perform other work while assigned to the fire watch. All fire watches must
be equipped with appropriate fire extinguishers and/or other fire fighting gear. The
Contractor will not be allowed to use ship's fire extinguishers. Strict adherence to rules
and regulations of Certified Marine Chemist and NFPA regulations shall be instituted
during the entire repair period.

1.12:               GUARD SERVICE
The Contractor shall provide the services of a bonded, uniformed guard to stand
gangway/access watches on a 24 hour/day, 7 day/week basis for the duration of the
shipyard period. The security guard shall be employed with a reputable security service
company and shall not be affiliated in any way with the Contractor. The security guard
shall control all access to the vessel. The guard must log all personnel on and off the
vessel. The guard must keep a detailed daily log, which lists all times and dates of
personnel entering and leaving the ship as well as all significant daily events. The log
must be submitted to the Owner's Representative on a daily basis.

The security guards must be provided with a guard shack, which shall be set up at the
base of the gangway. The shack must allow for a completely unobstructed view of the
gangway by the security guard. In addition, the guard shack shall be provided with ample
lighting, heating and cooling services to support the security guard. The guard shack must
also be equipped with communication equipment (telephone and radio) to allow the
security guard to summon assistance or provide notification of problems or situations
without leaving the gangway. A listing of Contractor, fire, ambulance, police and other
emergency telephone numbers shall be posted next to the telephone.

         Note: Security guards at the Contractor's yard gates or entrances will not be
         considered an acceptable substitution to fulfill the requirements of this
         service item.

1.13:               BILGE PUMPING
The Contractor shall provide labor, material, and equipment to pump and maintain all
bilge's dry throughout the vessel (including cargo holds and machinery spaces) for the
duration of the shipyard period. The bilges must be left in a dry condition at the end of
each workday. At no time shall the engine room bilges be allowed to rise more than 2

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inches above the tank top. The Contractor will be responsible to sample all bilge water
suspected of containing contaminants and dispose of the water in accordance with all local
rules, state and federal regulations. The Contractor shall provide oil boom retention as
necessary during any oil or slops transfer operations.



1.14:               GARBAGE DISPOSAL
The Contractor shall provide the necessary labor, material and equipment to remove all
garbage, trash, and debris from the ship on a daily basis. Dispose of the garbage, trash,
and debris in accordance with all local rules, state and federal regulations. As a minimum,
provide one (1) 8 cubic yard dumpsters onboard the vessel for use exclusively by the
ship's crew. The exact location to place the dumpsters will be designated by the Owner's
Representative. Contractor shall empty the dumpsters on a daily basis and the contents
must be disposed of in accordance with the aforementioned statement.

The Contractor must clean up all work sites onboard the ship on a daily basis. As a
minimum, the clean up shall include the removal and disposal of all trash and debris
generated by the shipyard personnel. At no time shall the build up of Contractor generated
trash and debris interfere with the movement and operation of the ship's crew. If at any
time, the build up of Contractor generated trash and debris becomes a hindrance or
hazard to the ship's crew, the situation must be remedied immediately by the Contractor.

         Note: Before the start of all work, the owner's representative and the
         contractor's representative must perform a joint cleanliness inspection of the
         ship.

Upon completion of all work, the Contractor must ensure the cleanliness of the ship is
equal or better than the original condition found during the initial cleanliness inspection.
The Owner's Representative and Contractor's Representative shall perform a final and
joint inspection of the ship before the vessel departing the berth.

1.15:               COMPRESSED AIR
The Contractor shall supply sufficient compressed air during the entire period of
performance of the contract to meet the requirements of the Contractor, ship's force and all
Owner furnished contractors. The compressed air must be available 24 hours a day. The
Contractor shall hook up the temporary compressed air supply system immediately upon
arrival and disconnect the same system before departure (as directed by the Owner's
Representative). The compressed air shall be free of moisture and oil. As a minimum, the
Contractor must provide sufficient engine room and main deck air manifolds, as well as all
necessary hoses and fittings, to meet the required needs of the Contractor, ship's force
and all Owner furnished contractors. Provisions for dry air to be used for instrumentation
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         Note: Ship's air system/piping shall not be used unless agreed to by the
         Owner's Representative.


1.16:               TEMPORARY LIGHTING
The Contractor shall furnish all labor, material and equipment to set-up temporary lighting
in all spaces and tanks where work is to be carried out. The temporary lights shall be
installed to support shipyard personnel and the ships crew. The Contractor will be
responsible to provide and set up temporary lighting as directed by the Owner's
Representative. The Owner's Representative can designate at any time during work
period that temporary lighting be installed in any space aboard the vessel. All power
supplies are to be connected/disconnected as necessary.

1.17:               OWNER’S REPRESENTATIVE’S OFFICE
The Contractor shall provide a clean office facility for use exclusively by the Owner's
Representative. As a minimum, the office facility must the following criteria:

(a) Offive facility must be located within 500 feet of the gangway;
(b) Office facility must be capable of locking. Provide Owner's Representative with four
    sets of keys to the facility;
(c) Office must be equipped with toilet facilities, toiletries, and a wash basin with hot and
    cold fresh potable water;
(d) Office facility must include heating and air conditioning;
(e) Office facility must include ample lighting, deck space and necessary furniture to
    accommodate for the concurrent use of five (5) administrative personnel;
(f) Twelve (12) parking spaces must be provided. The parking spaces must be clearly
    marked and reserved for exclusive use by the Owner’s Representative and ship’s crew.

The Contractor shall provide all labor and material to keep the office facility in a clean,
workable condition. As a minimum, the Contractor shall provide the service to empty
trash, clean floors and restrooms daily. The floor cleaning must include sweeping and
mopping. All cleaning must be accomplished while the office is occupied by the Owner’s
Representative.

The following office equipment shall be provided by the Contractor for the exclusive use by
the Owner's Representative.           The equipment shall be installed in the Owner’s
Representative’s office facility by the Contractor:

(a) Four (4) telephone lines with unrestricted service (see telephone service item).
(b) One (1) Fax machine (plain paper fax) must have the capability of automatic feed as
    well as Transaction, and Activity, Report printing capabilities.
(c) One (1) Telephone Answering Machine.
(d) One (1) Copy machine - must be capable of automatic feed and sorting, enlargement
    and reduction, and 2 side of page reproduction.
(e) Two (2) file cabinets, 4 drawers high.

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(f) A two burner coffee pot, with all accessories.
(g) Five (5) desks with chairs.
(h) Three (3) additional chairs.
(i) One (1) lay-out table with a minimum surface area of 36” x 72”.

   Note: Of the four (4) telephone lines required above, one shall be dedicated for
the fax. One line shall be dedicated for the computer modem. The other two lines
shall be for the regular telephones.

Provide all sundry items necessary for the operation of office equipment, including paper,
toner, ribbons, magnetic media, computer accessories, coffee supplies, etc. Provide any
needed servicing to all equipment.

1.18:               PORTABLE TOILET
The Contractor shall provide two (2) portable toilet facilities for use exclusively by vessel
crewmembers. The portable toilet facilities must be placed on the upper deck of the ship
at a location designated by the Owner's Representative. The toilets must be cleaned and
serviced daily. The Contractor will be responsible for all rigging and crane service
necessary to deliver, service and remove the toilet facilities.

1.19:               BOTTLED WATER
The Contractor shall provide two bottled water type drinking fountains. The water
dispensers shall be placed at locations designated by the Owner’s Representative.
Contractor should figure at least one 5-gallon bottle of water per day for each dispenser for
the duration of the contract. Contractor will maintain replacement water bottles and
drinking cups as required.

         Note: The water shall be supplied for the exclusive use of the ship’s crew
         aboard ship.

1.20:               DECK COVERINGS
Immediately upon arrival at Contractors yard and prior to workers on board, contractor to
lay a protective coating of herculite in all areas of the super structure where work is to be
performed and in the following areas: all passageways, mess rooms, galley, public places,
Master's Office, Ship's Office and Chief Engineer's Office. Protective coverings to be taped
and maintained until completion of contract. The Contractor shall provide labor and
material to repair, and maintain the deck coverings in all applicable areas of the super
structure. The protective coverings must remain securely and neatly taped and maintained
throughout the duration of the contract. At the completion of the contract and upon
approval from Owner's Representative, the Contractor shall remove all deck coverings
throughout the ship. The Contractor shall wash, strip, wax and polish the passageways on
the Main, Upper, Boat and Bridge decks, including the crew's mess room, officer's mess
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1.21:               ELECTRIC POWER
The Contractor shall furnish labor and material to connect and supply 450 volt, 60 Hertz, 3
phase power in quantity sufficient to light the vessel and operate any equipment needed to
accomplish the specification (minimum 1000 amp service) while vessel is berthed at the
Contractor's facility. Power shall be supplied to the ship on a full 24-hour per day basis. At
no time shall the shore power be interrupted from the ship without prior approval from the
Owner's Representative.

Connect and disconnect the shore power as directed by the Owner's Representative
throughout the duration of the shipyard period. Contractor to check for proper phase
rotation each time the shore power has been connected. Correct for proper phase rotation
as required. The Contractor must provide all lugs necessary to make all connections.

1.22:               MOTOR HEAT LAMPS
For all motors/generators listed on the “Equipment/Motor/Equipment List” attached to
these specifications perform the following: Contractor shall provide and install heat lamps
and/or strips, all connections, power source and brackets on all motors within 24 hours of
arrival at Contractors facility. Contractor is to install two (2) heat lamps and/or strips on
motors larger than 5 HP. Heat lamps shall be 300 watt, and be kept in service until dock
trial.


1.23:               STORES GANG
Contractor to provide Labor to load and/or off-load Owner furnished stores and equipment
onboard the ship. The Owner’s Representative will designate when and how many
persons will be required for each individual job. A total of 240 hours should be estimated.

         Note: The man-hours required by this work item might include workdays that
         exceed 8 hours per person and workweeks that exceed 40 hours per person.
         The man-hours may be required during the first, second or third shifts.


1.24:               SHORE STEAM
The Contractor shall provide labor and material to hook up and furnish dry steam at 100
psi to the ship's steam system as directed by the Owner's Representative. The shore
steam must be connected within twenty four (24) hours of the request from the Owner’s
Representative. Do not supply the steam until directed by the Owner's Representative.
The shore steam shall be provided for an estimated three (3) days during the light off of
the vessel. The Owner's Representative will direct the Contractor when to supply the
steam and when to shut off the steam throughout the light off period. Shut down and
disconnect the shore steam when directed by the Owner's Representative.




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1.25:               DOCK TRIALS
IUM (Interocean Ugland Management) shall furnish the following manufacturer’s technical
service engineers for testing and calibration of the ship’s equipment during the dock trials:

            (1)   Automation Technician
            (1)   Turbine Tech Rep.
            (1)   Main Feed Pump Technician
            (1)   Distiller Technician (for all models)
            (1)   Electrical Technician (for motors, controls, etc.)
            (1)   Navigational Electronics Technician

Contractor shall provide parking spaces for all IUM furnished Technicians, near the ship’s
gangway while they are working on the vessel.

The dock trials shall be conducted as a preliminary quality control of the work completed
by the Contractor on the propulsion machinery and as a verification of the general
condition of the machinery and systems. The estimated time length of the dock trial and
associated tests is one (1) full 12-hour day. The owner expects to commence system line
up and testing 5 days prior to dock trial.

The Contractor shall provide assistance to the Owner’s Representative and ships force
during all phases of testing during the dock trials. The Contractor must provide qualified
supervisory personnel to witness and evaluate the testing of all equipment during the dock
trial. The intent of the Contractor’s presence during the dock trial is to expedite all repairs
deemed necessary during the testing of the shipboard equipment.

All Contractor related deficiencies revealed during the dock trials shall be corrected by the
Contractor without delay, prior to the sea trial, and at no additional cost to the Owner.

Deficiencies, which are outside the responsibility of the Contractor may be addressed via
Change Orders and corrected without delay.

The Contractor shall provide the services of two (2) standby tugs during the period of main
engine testing. The standby tugs must be present as a safety precaution in case of
accidental breaking away from the pier. The Contractor shall be responsible for the setting
up and scheduling of the tugs for the trials. The Contractor shall be responsible for all fees
associated with the tugs.

Contractor will be responsible for putting on extra lines and lifting gangway(s), prior to
commencing main engine tests which are to be coordinated with the Owner’s
Representative.

Contractor will re-install gangway after the completion of the main engine tests.

Note: The actual testing of main engines will endure approximately four (4) hours.

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1.26:               SHIP INSPECTION
Forty-eight (48) hours prior to the ship being towed from contractor facility the
Contractor, Owners Representatives and others shall make a complete survey of the ship
from stem to stern, keel to top of the wheelhouse surveying the cleanliness and general
condition of vessel. The Owners Representative will give guidance as to the format that
shall be followed. The inspection will pick up any items that may have been missed during
the deactivation period. The contractor shall prior to vessels departure complete any items
found. Upper deck areas shall be washed down and all barges checked to ensure that
they are secured on their mooring blocks.




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2.0:              DRYDOCKING
2.01:               DRYDOCKING
Provide all the necessary labor, material, tugs and equipment to safely dock and undock
the vessel to carry out the necessary bottom inspections, painting, sea valves, repairs, and
other work required by this specification. Access to the original docking plan will be
granted upon award.

All blocking is to be fabricated of hard wood and in good condition without excessive
checking. Blocks are to be capped with softwood in new or good condition. Any damage
to the hull from block cap carry-over will be the responsibility of the contractor. Blocks to
be of sufficient height to allow for a minimum of five-foot clearance from the drydock floor
to the bottom shell plating at the keel. Prior to drydocking the vessel the contractor shall
present the drydock to the Owner's Representative for inspection.

Soundings of all vessel's tanks shall be taken by Contractor at vessel's arrival at
Contractor's facility, prior to docking and undocking. This is a total of three (3) soundings.

Contractor to supply clean fresh water ballast for ballast and deballasting of vessel as
required for docking and undocking.

As the drydock is being pumped dry, the contractor shall commence and continue to high-
pressure fresh water wash the entire hull from the rail to the keel before any and all marine
growth has had a chance to dry. The contractor shall use a minimum of 5,000 psi, at the
nozzle, of fresh water pressure. The contractor shall also provide adequate staging or
man-lifts to ensure that the operators can and do maintain a maximum distance of six
inches from the hull with the water blasting nozzle or lance. The intent of this item is to
remove all marine growth, loose corrosion, and salt from the hull.

The Contractor is to complete Owners Drydock Report and submit it to the Owner's
Representative prior to undocking of vessel. A complete description of underwater hull
coating and underwater hull markings are to be attached. A copy of the form is attached
herewith.

2.02:               ANCHORS, CHAINS & CHAIN LOCKER
Provide all labor, materials and services to lower and range both the Port and Stbd
anchors and chains on to the drydock floor for examination by ABS, US Coast Guard and
the Owner’s Representative. Disconnect and remove both chains (12 shots each) from the
ship.

Wash and sand sweep anchors and chains and blow clean. Apply two (2) coats of owner
furnished Amercoat 180/1000, to both chains, turn chains so as to ensure 100%
preparation and coating. Gauge anchor chains in accordance with Classification

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Surveyor's requirements. Submit four (4) typewritten copies of results to Owner's
Representative. Anchor chains are to be marked as follows: each detachable link shall be
painted red. One link on each side of the detachable to be painted white to indicate
number of shots, example, with three shots in the water three links at each side of the
detachable shall be painted white, and so on. The last shot shall be painted red and next
to last is to be painted yellow.

Anchors shall be blasted and coated using same schedule as vessels hull.

While the Port and Starboard anchor chains are being ranged on the drydock floor, provide
ventilation, lighting, etc., open all access covers and remove all sludge and debris. Erect
and remove all staging as necessary and thoroughly clean by hydro-blasting (minimum
3000 psi) all interior surfaces of Port and Starboard chain lockers.

Clean the chain locker drain wells and eductor piping. Free up and lubricate reach-rods,
valves, and operating mechanisms for the chain locker eductor system. Test operate
eductor system for regulatory bodies and Owner's Representative, provide temporary
water line connections to power the eductor system and after test, drain and dry system,
and reassemble to as original found.

Furnish and apply one (1) coat of owner furnished metal preservative compound to interior
surfaces of the chain lockers.

Upon completion of chain locker preservation, reconnect and reinstall both chains as
originally found.

When all work is complete and passed by Owner's Representative, close up all access
openings using new contractor furnished gaskets, and replace any defective or missing
fasteners.


2.03:               SEA CHEST & SEA NOZZLES
Provide all labor, material, equipment including staging to remove the strainer plates from
all sea chests / sea nozzles and to carry out the requirements of the below specification.

Contractor to install wooden blanks in way of sea valves.

Thoroughly clean all sea chests and sea nozzles, as listed by grit blasting to SSPC-SP-10.
Following inspection by the ABS surveyor, US Coast Guard, and Owner's Representative,
apply the same paint system as specified for the keel to deep load line. All strainer plates
shall also be grit blasted to SSPC-SP-10 and coated as described in hull coating item.
Any defective or missing fasteners for strainer plates shall be renewed with 316 stainless
steel or better. Upon completion and when directed reinstall screens. All Cover bolts
heads / nuts shall be drilled to accept new stainless steel keeper wires furnished and
installed by contractor.

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The contractor shall make the necessary arrangements to blank the various hull openings,
such as removed skin valves etc. to prevent any contamination by blasting materials.

Contractor shall prepare the surface, prime, and coat all new and disturbed surfaces
resulting from the performance of this item. Contractor shall provide staging as needed.


                                                 SEA CHESTS

                     PORT LOWER LEVEL                                            FRAME                    SIZE


 Port Main Circulating Sea Chest                                                  77-78                 63”X100”
 Ballast Suction                                                                  71-72                  54”x66”

             STARBOARD LOWER LEVEL                                               FRAME                    SIZE
 Stbd Main Circulating Sea Chest                                                  77-78                 63”X100"
 Emergency Fire Pump Suction (shaft alley)                                        83-84                  23”X 42”
 Stabilizer Flood Suction                                                         70-71                 38”X 100”
 Ballast Suction                                                                  71-72                  54”x66”

                                                  SEA NOZZLES
                 PORT SIDE                                                FRAME                          SIZE
Boiler Bottom Blow                                                         74 ½                          4 ½”
Main Condensor Overboard                                                   78-79                          62”
Bilge Overboard                                                            75 ½                           26”
Stand-By L.O. Cooler Overboard                                             80 ½                            6”
Sea Water Service Overboard                                                78-79                           6”
             STARBOARD SIDE                                               FRAME                          SIZE
Turbine Generator Cooling Water Overboard                                  75-76                          18”
Oily Waste Water Overboard                                                 74-75                           6”
Sewage Overboard                                                           72-73                           6”


2.04:               ZINC ANODES
Provide all labor, materials, and services to replace all zinc anodes in sea chests as listed
below. New zinc anodes shall be Contractor furnished. All work is to be coordinated by
the contractor and to be done in conjunction with the item Sea Chest & Nozzles.

Replace existing zinc anodes in each sea chest as listed below. For estimating purposes
estimate Two (2) 10 lbs zinc anodes for each sea chest listed. Zinc to be mounted in the


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same manner as existing. New zinc shall be protected as required from blasting and
painting.


                                                 SEA CHESTS

                     PORT LOWER LEVEL                                            FRAME                    SIZE


        PORT MAIN CIRCULATING SEA CHEST                                           77-78                 63”X100”
                BALLAST SUCTION                                                   71-72                  54”x66”

         STARBOARD LOWER LEVEL                                                   FRAME                    SIZE
     STBD MAIN CIRCULATING SEA CHEAST                                             77-78                 63”X100"
   EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP SUCTION (shaft alley)                                      83-84                  23”X 42”
        STABALIZER FLOOD SUCTION                                                  70-71                 38”X 100”
             BALLAST SUCTION                                                      71-72                  54”x66”


2.05:               SEA CHEST BOLTING FLANGE REPAIRS
While vessel is in drydock and prior to completion of under water hull painting, provide all
necessary labor, materials, and services including staging to repair all stripped threaded
holes in the sea chest blank bolting rings. Bolting rings consist of 3/4" mild steel plate
welded to shell with 3/4" x 5/8 deep threaded bolt holes.

Chase all threaded holes with a tap. Damaged holes shall be drilled out oversized and
retapped for “Helicoils”, new contractor furnished helicoils shall be installed and shall be of
316 stainless steel or better. All completed bolt holes shall be of the same size. For
estimating purposes estimate to repair a total of 250 threaded bolt holes on various sea
chests.

Contractor shall prepare the surface, prime, and coat all new and disturbed surfaces
resulting from the performance of this item. Contractor shall provide staging as needed.

2.06:               CATHODIC PROTECTION SYSTEM INSPECTION
Provide all labor, material, equipment and the services of a manufacturer’s representative
to perform a complete checkout and calibration of both fwd and after power supplies,
electrodes, and associated hull equipment. Stage for access and repairs to dielectric
shields around anodes.

Contractor shall repair the dielectric shields with contractor furnished capacitance
compound.



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The system is manufactured by Engelhard Corporation and consists of, 4ea Anodes, 2ea
Reference Cells and 1ea Shaft Ground Assembly.

2.07:               UNDERWATER REFERENCE MARKS
Provide all labor, materials, and services including staging to paint underwater reference
marks at the turn of the bilge, port and starboard, along the keel, at all tank boundaries, all
over boards and sea water hull penetrations (as per sea valve list in attachments), sea
chests, Speed Log, fathometer, reference cells, anodes, draft markings, and docking
plugs. Each mark to consist of the appropriate symbol and frame number, with some
marks also having "P", "C", "S", "F", "A", "I" or "O" denoting port, center, starboard,
forward, aft, inboard or outboard respectively. Symbols to be either a line, 1" wide by 6"
high, a “tee”, an “ell” or a cross with 1" by 6" legs. Frame number to be 6" high painted at
top of the symbol. Other letters to be 4" high painted alongside as appropriate. Marks at
turn of bilge to be oriented "up" and marks on flat bottom to be oriented "bow up".

Frame markings, tank boundaries, etc. below the deep load line shall be coated with two
(2) full coats of White Epoxy paint.

Draft marks above the deep load line, names, hailing ports, deck line, etc., shall be coated
with two (2) full coats of Black Epoxy paint.

Contractor to furnish a reference videotape with narration, a series of photographs and a
general underwater plan of the entire hull, including propeller and rudder, showing all shell
plates and all reference marks. Three complete sets of videotape, plan and photographs
to be given to Owner's Representative. Videotapes, plan, and photographs shall be to the
satisfaction of ABS, US Coast Guard, and the Owner's Representative.

ABS and US Coast Guard must verity that the plan accurately represents the actual
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3.0:              HULL & STRUCTURAL SECTION
3.01:               SEA CHESTS BLANKS REINSTALLATION (TOTAL OF 14)
Provide all labor, materials and services to reinstall previously removed sea chest blanks.

This item shall be performed and completed while the vessel is in the drydock.

Blanks shall be installed with new contractor furnished gaskets and 316 stainless steel
fasteners. Gasket material used shall be from ¼” LIVE RUBBER. No substitution allowed.

Upon completion perform an air test, of 2 PSI to each sea chest blank. ABS Surveyor and
Owners Representative shall witness the test. Rejection shall require removal and
refitting of the blank. Sealing by use of epoxy type substance will not be accepted.

Two (2) relief valves, set to relieve at outboard pressure plus 2 psig shall be installed in the
air line between the control valve and the sea chests along with, or directly adjacent to the
gauge. The relief valve and the test gauge shall be tested and calibrated by a certified test
facility within a three-month period of the actual tests.

Sea Chest Blanks - Locations:

SERVICE                             LOCATION (FR)                       WEIGHT#           SIZE
Boiler Blow                         Frs. 74½ Port                       27                14" dia
Main Condenser Ovbd                 Frs. 78-79 Port                     450               62" dia
Bilge Overboard                     Frs. 75½ Port                       47                26" dia
Main Circ Pump Suct                 Frs. 77-78 Port                     980               63"x100"

S.W.S. Overboard                    Frs. 78½ Port                       37                20" dia
LO Cooler, SW Ovbd                  Frs. 80½ Port                       37                20" dia
Main Circ Pump Suct                 Frs. 75½ Port                       980               63"x100"

SERVICE                             LOCATION (FR)                       WEIGHT#           SIZE
Aux Condensers Ovbd                 Frs. 75½ Stbd                       54                30" dia
S/A Fire Pump Suct                  Frs. 83-84 Stbd                     141               23"x42"
Bilge Overboard                     Frs. 74½ Stbd                       29                17½" dia
Sewage Pumps Ovbd                   Frs. 72½ Stbd                       35                19" dia
Stabilizer Tank Ovbd                Frs. 70-71½ Stbd                    618               38"x100"
Ballast Suction
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3.02:               HULL BLASTING AND COATING
The intent of this work item is for the Contractor to provide all labor and material to perform
a partial surface preparation and coating of all hull surfaces. This shall be carried out from
the Keel to Rail, approximately 198,150 sq/ft. Surface preparation and coating shall also
include rudder, bilge keels, sea chests, all openings, etc.

A.       GENERAL

The entire hull from the keel to the rail is to receive a high pressure fresh water wash in
order to remove all salts, oils, grease, dirt, fouling, etc. Apply the high-pressure water
wash at no less than 3000 PSI utilizing a nozzle of 65 fan and a water flow of no less than
12-15 gal/min. Water pumps shall have working gauges.

In conjunction with the fresh water high-pressure water wash described above, the exterior
side shell surface from the flat bottom to the rail is to be chemically cleaned. The chemical
cleaning shall be performed as required in order to remove any oil, rubber rub marks and
grease from the hull. Estimate approximately 25,000 sq/ft to be chemically cleaned.

Upon completion of the hull cleaning, the Contractor and the Owner’s Representative shall
perform a joint inspection of the vessel’s coating condition. During the joint inspection, all
areas of the hull which will require additional surface preparation and coating shall be
designated by the Owner’s Representative. Contractor shall properly mark the areas of
the hull which will require the repairs to the coatings. Upon completion of the joint
inspection, the Contractor and Owner’s Representative shall negotiate and agree upon the
actual square footage of the coatings to be repaired.

Prior to any surface preparation, the transducers, hull anodes and reference cells shall be
covered and protected. Upon completion of hull painting, remove the protective covers in
good order.

Before any paint is applied to the hull, install wood plugs, extension pipe of sufficient length
or other approved means on all scuppers and overboard drains throughout the length of
the vessel to prevent any drainage from running on the hull. Plugs are to remain in place
until painting is completed and dry.

If applicable, install temporary hoses on soil lines, scupper drains from washrooms, air
conditioner discharge, ice machine discharge, etc., while the vessel is on drydock to
enable the Vessel’s personnel to use such services and prevent any water from running on
the hull.

Paint will be Owner furnished. The Owner will furnish thinner for thinning the coating if
needed. Contractor shall furnish his or her own clean-up solvents. Contractor shall
receive and verify amounts of all coating deliveries. Contractor shall also verify all
amounts of coating returned to suppliers at completion of project. Coating containers shall
be stored in a separated, secure, covered area.

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Prior to any coating applications, all prepared surfaces or primed areas are to be blown
down with dry, oil-free air of approximately 100 psi or shall be fresh water washed in order
to remove accumulated dust, grit or debris. All such surfaces are to be inspected and
approved by Owners paint representative prior to the application of each successive coat
of paint.

It is requested that painting be conducted only during daylight hours. However, painting
may be effected during the evening hours if sufficient lighting is provided by the shipyard.
Owner’s paint representative will determine if the lighting facilities are sufficient for evening
painting.

Paint application method shall be by airless spray. Film thickness shall be in accordance
with coating manufacturer’s written instructions. Coating application and drying time
allowed between each coat of paint shall be in full accordance with manufacturer’s
recommendations. All painting is to be accomplished during clear and dry weather. New
tips shall be provided for the spray guns and sized in accordance with paint manufacturer’s
written literature.

All mixing, spraying, brush and roller application shall be done in accordance with the
manufacturer’s specifications. Thinning will be allowed only with permission of Owner’s
paint representative. No hand mixing of paint shall be allowed. Empty containers shall be
checked to assure all solids have been mixed into the liquid. All paint shall be strained
after mixing.

Runs, overspray, and sags in coating application will be rejected by Owners paint
representative and shall be removed/repaired prior to the next coat or final acceptance.

Cutting in load line: freeboard primer coatings at the waterline are to be applied
approximately 18” below the deep load line prior to application of antifouling. The bottom
anti-corrosive primer coats shall only be applied up to the deep load line. Both anti-fouling
coats shall be applied to the line cut in utilizing an appropriate method to avoid runs, sags
or overspray.

All hull painting, excluding touch up, is to be accomplished while the vessel is in drydock
undergoing required repairs, and NOT at pier side, unless specifically authorized by
Owners Representative.

Upon completion of related repairs, each strainer and sea chest shall be coated as
specified for the area in which it is located. Off stickers and overboards to the first valve
are to be considered as part of the sea chests.

During each stage of the coating application, wet film thickness measurements shall be
taken approximately every ten minutes by the shipyard applicators and/or their immediate
supervisor (lead man) to ensure correct material coverage thickness.

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Contractor shall be responsible for disposal of all rubbish and debris generated by this item
(i.e. dirty solvent, paint cans, used grit, rags, etc.). Contractor shall comply with all federal,
state and local regulations for disposal.


B.       FREEBOARD:                 RAIL TO DEEP LOAD LINE
                                    INCLUDING FASHION PLATES
                                    APPROXIMATELY SQ/FT 91,350

Following the high pressure fresh water wash and cleaning as described above in Section
A, and after the hull is completely dry, spot blast all designated areas of Freeboard to near
white (SSPC-SP 10). All spot blasted areas shall be properly feathered. The deck
outboard of the oil stop and the outboard side of the oil stop are to be considered as part of
the freeboard. Estimate five percent (5% 4570 sq/ft) of the freeboard area to be spot
blasted.

The entire area is to be blown down with dry, oil-free, compressed air prior to the
commencement of any painting.

Apply 1 touch up coat, Amercoat 385 Buff/Brown at 5.0 mils minimum Dry film Thickness
(DFT) to all spot blasted areas Allow a minimum 8 hours at 70F drying time prior to over
coating.

Apply 2nd touch up coat, Amercoat 385 Pearl Grey at 5.0 mils minimum Dry film Thickness
(DFT) to entire area. Allow a minimum 8 hours at 70F drying time prior to over coating.

Apply one finish coat to all spot blasted areas, Amercoat 229C Haze Gray at 3.0 mils
minimum Dry film Thickness (DFT).


C.       UNDERWATER HULL:                    KEEL TO DEEP LOAD LINE
                                             APPROXIMATELY 106,800 SQ/FT

Following the high-pressure water wash as described within this item and after the hull is
completely dry, spot blast all designated areas of the underwater hull to near white metal
(SSPC-SP 10;). All spot blasted areas are to be properly feathered. Estimate twenty
percent (20% 21,300 sq/ft) of the underwater hull to be spot blasted.

The entire area is to be blown down with dry, oil free, compressed air prior to the
commencement of any painting.

Apply 1 touch up coat, Amercoat 385 Buff/Brown at 5.0 mils minimum Dry film Thickness
(DFT) to all spot blasted areas. Allow a minimum 8 hours at 70F drying time prior to over
coating.

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Apply 2nd touch up coat, Amercoat 385 Pearl Gray at 5.0 mils minimum Dry film Thickness
(DFT) to all spot blasted areas. Allow to dry to thumb print soft / tack prior to application of
Amercoat ABC #3 A/F.

Apply 1st full coat, Amercoat ABC #3 A/F Red at 5.0 mils minimum Dry film Thickness
(DFT) to entire area (approximately 106,800 square feet).

Apply 2nd full coat, Amercoat ABC #3 A/F Black 5.0 mils minimum Dry film Thickness
(DFT) to entire area (approximately 106,800 square feet).




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4.0:              MAIN PROPULSION SECTION

4.01:               STACK, EXHAUST PIPE COVERS AND WHISTLE COVERS
Provide all labor, materials and services, including staging, crane service to gain access to
reinstall stack, exhaust, and whistle covers.

Contractor shall reinstall all covers associated with stacks, exhaust pipes and whistle.
Contractor shall reapply sealing tape around the outside of stack aprons. All sealing tape
shall be of same type and grade as originally found.

Stack covers shall be reinstalled within 24 hours of return from sea trial.

4.02:               BOILER DEACTIVATION
Provide all labor, materials and services to perform the deactivation of the port and
starboard boilers as per the below specification.

The intent of this item is to clean, inspect, service, repair, test and permanently lay-up the
boilers.

All of the following sub items shall be accomplished on each main propulsion boiler
installed aboard the vessel. All work shall be accomplished using contractor furnished
labor and materials in the following phases and sequence:

Phase A:     Boiler Cleaning and Inspection
Phase B:     Boiler Maintenance and Repair
Phase C:     Final Acceptance
Phase D:     Final Lay-Up

The boiler inspections during Phase A will determine if any of the supplemental boiler
cleaning or repair items, incorporated elsewhere in these specifications will be carried out.

     The Authorized Inspector (AI) shall be that person who is designated by the Owner to
      inspect the boiler.

     All waste matters shall be disposed of according to applicable pollution and
      environmental regulations.

     Repairs to boilers, pressure vessels, their mountings, internal fittings, safety valves,
      piping systems and pressure appliances shall be made according to 46 CFR parts 52
      through 59.



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      Repairs may be performed by an organization in possession of Authorization for use
      of the "R" symbol stamp.

      Repairs may also be made by an organization in possession of a valid ASME
      Certification of Authorization, provided such repairs are within the scope of the
      organizations quality control system. Repairs to boilers and pressure vessels may be
      made by other organizations subject to the approval of the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG)
      and MARAD.

      The contractor shall prepare detailed repair plan covering the scope of the repair or
      alteration. The repair plan shall be approved by the USCG.

      Documentation of repairs and alterations shall be made by submitting a report of
      Alteration or Repair by the Contractor. Two legible copies of the completed report
      together with attachments shall be prepared and distributed by the organizations
      responsible for the repair or alteration, one (1) to MARAD and the other to the Ship
      Manager. The completed report shall be signed by the Authorized Inspector and the
      MARAD surveyor (COTR.)

     Welding repairs to boilers and pressure vessels shall be according to the
      46 CFR Part 57 and Section IX of the ASME code. The organization making repairs
      or alterations shall prepare and qualify the welding procedure specification, test
      coupons or specimens; recording the welding data and test results in its procedure
      qualification record (PQR) document. A welder or welding operator shall qualify for
      each welding process that he uses.

      The Welder's Qualification Record (WQR) shall be made available to the AI and the
      USCG.

     Where indicated, heat resistant paint shall comply with Federal Specification TTP-28,
      1200 F, heat resistant aluminum paint. Surface preparation shall be to SP-3 of the
      coatings guidelines, power tool cleaning.

     Boiler inspections during Phase A will determine if any of the Supplemental Items will
      be carried out. Contractor is to provide itemized pricing for each of these items. Any
      increase or decrease in these item prices will be addressed by a change
      order.

     Equipment data:

      Boiler Mfgr: Babcock & Wilcox
      Type: Incline "D"
      Fuel: ISO 180
      Design Press: 1060
      Superheater Outlet Press: 865 psi

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      Superheater Outlet Temp.: 955 psi
      Furnace Volume: 1,150 cubic feet
      Waterside Capacity Full: 4968 Gal.
      Heating Surface: 6,860 square feet
      Economizer Hand Hole Gaskets: Part # MK 42A
      Header Hand Hole Gaskets: Part # MK W 343
      Superheater Hand Hole Gaskets: Part # MK 343
      Man Hole Gaskets: Part # MK 40-7
      Soot Blower: Model # IM 2943/IM 3105 Retractable
      Manufacturer: Diamond
      Automatic Combustion Control System Mfgr: Bailey
      Automatic Feedwater Control System Mfgr: Bailey
      Burner Mfgr: Babcock & Wilcox
      Model: Racer Modified 3M. Number per Boiler: 3

      Safety Valve Type One (#1)
      Name of Mfgr: Crosby
      Design or type: HN
      Nominal Pipe Size: 2 ½"
      Year of Mfgr: 1969
      Capacity (lb/hr): 63,178
      Capacity Lift (inches): 0.032
      Boiler Popping (psig): 1045
      Blowdown range: 20.9-41.8

      Safety Valve Type Two (#2)
      Name of Mfgr: Crosby
      Design or type: HN
      Nominal Pipe Size: 2 ½"
      Year of Mfgr: 1969
      Capacity (lb/hr): 63,178
      Capacity Lift (inches): 0.032
      Boiler Popping psig: 1060
      Blowdown range: 21.2-42.4

      Superheater Safety Valve
      Name of Mfgr: Crosby
      Design or type: HNB/HNP
      Nominal Pipe Size: 1 ½"
      Year of Mfgr: 1969
      Capacity (lb/hr): 50,027/45,050
      Capacity Lift(inches): 0.035/0.156
      Superheater Popping (psig): 1010/1025
      Blowdown Range: 20.2-40.4/20.5-41.0


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PHASE A: BOILERS - CLEANING AND INSPECTION
Provide all labor, materials, and service to open and clean boilers in order to make ready
for inspection by the Authorized Inspector.

Contractor shall take samples of boiler feed water and condensate. The Contractor shall
have the samples chemically analyzed to determine the following: phosphates, total
dissolved oxygen, hardness, alkalinity, conductivity (total dissolved solids), chlorides,
copper and iron and ammonia ion concentration. Samples to be sent to an Owner
approved Lab. The results of the lab analysis shall be provided to the Owner’s
Representative within three (3) days after the samples have been obtained.

Contractor shall provide all labor and materials to prepare Port and Starboard boilers for
an external and internal inspection by a designated boiler inspector.

A. Open Firesides
Remove and open access doors and one upper and one lower economizer door front and
back, one upper generating bank door front and back, all superheater cavity doors. Take
measures to protect doors from damage, mark all doors for location with tags in waterproof
bags. Place all nuts, bolts, washers and dogs in a suitable container and set aside in
immediate vicinity of boiler. All cover studs to be cleaned, chased and lubricated.

B. Ventilate
Ventilate firesides and provide the service of a Marine Chemist to certify boiler safe for
entry. A competent person shall maintain certificate daily.

C. Disassemble The Boiler
Remove all burner air registers and throat rings from the boiler. Exercise care not to
damage Igniters or burner air register parts. Deliver the burners and throat rings to the
Contractor's shop for inspection and thorough cleaning. Cap or tape over burner lead
flanges or threaded connections. Return and store onboard at the direction of the Owners
Representative.

Remove all inner and outer air casing doors from the boiler. Take measures to protect the
doors from damage. Mark all doors for boiler and location with suitable tags. Store the
doors in a safe place out of the way and out of the engine room. Cover and secure the
doors with a protective cover. Place all nuts, bolts, washers and dogs in a suitable
container and set aside with the doors.

D. Blank Safeties
Disconnect safety valves and install blank flanges on all safety valve connections (total of
8 valves). Place safety valves in plastic bags containing desiccant. Seal bags and store in
machine shop.




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E. Open Watersides
Port and starboard boiler watersides shall be thoroughly drained. This shall include
generator tubes, superheater tubes, floor and waterwall tubes, etc. All water to be
removed from the vessel. Open selected boiler casing doors, approximately three doors
per boiler, for removal of handhold plates for air diffusion. Removed plates to be wired to
the opening. Old gaskets shall be removed and new ones installed. Open all drum
manholes, hand hole header doors, and sufficient hand holes (minimum 50 per boiler) for
air diffusion and to make a thorough examination of all watersides. The old gaskets shall
be removed and new ones installed and left ready for closing up. Remove doors and
designated handhold plates from vertical side wall headers.

Remove and tag all hand hole plugs from all headers. Protect all hand hole plugs from
damage, store in a suitable location until ready for cleaning and reinstallation. Install
wooden tapered plugs in all bottom blow nozzles to prevent debris from entering the
blowdown system as soon as the header is opened.

F. Fresh Water Flush
Any internals reinstalled after cleaning and examinations to use new hi-pressure gaskets,
etc. as required.

Using clean potable fresh water, hose out all loose sludge and mud with particular
attention to lower drums and to floor end water wall tubes and headers (if fitted). All
removed doors shall be stacked in the area from where they were removed, at least six
inches off the deck for air circulation. The old gaskets shall be removed and Contractor
supplied new gaskets installed ready for reinstallation. Thoroughly dry out by blowing out
with clean dry compressed air and manually mopping out. Use heaters to promote water
moisture evaporation.

All areas around the boilers shall be left dry and clean. All boiler valves to be left in open
position on the steam and waterside.

G. Boiler Mechanical Clean Firesides
Mechanically clean firesides using wire brushes, air lance, non- ferrous scrapers, brooms,
vacuums, etc. to remove all soot deposits and debris from boiler firesides and airsides,
paying particular attention to economizers, generating tubes, drums, headers (where
exposed), superheater tubes, screen tubes, rear wall tubes, wind boxes and inner air
casings, stacks, smoke pipes, expansion joints and uptakes.

I.   Formal Inspection
At completion of cleaning, the AI, Marine Surveyor, and the Owners Representative shall
inspect the boiler and internals. The results of this inspection will determine which
supplemental items and growth items will be accomplished during Phase B.




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PHASE B: ROUTINE MAINTENANCE OF BOILERS
Provide all labor, materials, and the services of a qualified manufacturer's representative to
perform routine maintenance on the boilers as per the below specification.

A.    Soot Blowers
Disassemble, clean, lubricate, and reassemble all rotary and all retractable soot blower
mechanisms, cams and gears.

Disassemble steam valve packing and repack steam valve. Leave one ring of packing cut
to size attached to each head. Remove and clean the check valves and reassemble.
Blow through all scavenger air lines and pneumatic lines and prove clear. Disconnect soot
blower head from the boiler and slide the unit out of the boiler to the maximum extent
possible without cutting. Visual inspect exposed nozzles and element attachment welds
for cracks and corrosion. Visual inspect the flange surfaces for defects. Verify timing and
the blowing arc, measure the nozzle I.D. on those nozzles that are visible. Reassemble
the unit into the boiler with new gaskets and packing. Operationally test soot blowers
without steam. Provide a condition report to the Owner’s Representative.

B. Boiler Foundations
The Contractor shall clean and inspect all boiler foundations, pads, chocks and sliding feet.
Renew high temperature lubricant into the sliding feet until lubricant just starts to come out
between the chock faces. Inspect lubrication piping for leakage, tighten all fittings as
required.

C. Air Registers
The Contractor shall clean and inspect all air registers. Renew all gaskets. Lubricate all
moving parts with high temperature anti-seize, prove all parts move freely.

D. Burners and Atomizers
All burners and atomizer tips including spares are to be thoroughly cleaned. Check
atomizer tips to determine serviceability in accordance with manufacturer's tolerances.
Inventory burners and atomizers to determine if there are sufficient numbers of each size
for operation. Coat burners with preservative and stow in racks or another safe location.
Coat sprayer plates and other loose parts with a preservative and stow in a sealed
container in a "designated deactivation equipment stowage location". Record location of
all stowed equipment. The Owners Representative shall retain one copy and another shall
be placed in the files located in the Chief Engineer's office.


PHASE C: FINAL ACCEPTANCE & CLOSURE OF BOILERS
Provide all labor, materials, and service to perform the requirements as described below.




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A. Contractor shall reinstall all but one throat ring and air register assembly in the boiler
with new gaskets. One throat ring and register assembly is to be left out of the boiler,
covered and up off the deck to facilitate placing the boiler on dry lay-up. Connect the
burner leads on all register assemblies installed. Pack fiberfoam around each throat ring
between the throat ring and the burner area.

B. It is important that all tubes, including pockets in floor tubes and horizontal
superheaters be thoroughly dry. Candidate drying methods include: the use of air heaters,
portable heaters, firing with propane burners, vacuum evacuation using portable pumps or
ships vacuum system and nitrogen inerting. Whatever method is employed, it will be
necessary to do a 100% check of all questionable tubes for moisture. Depending on the
tube, location and orientation this may involve a simple visual, borescope or rag pulling.
Contractor must ensure that no boiler is laid up with water in tubes.

During any delay period between final drying of fire and watersides and final sealing and
dehumidification of the boiler, the uptake temperature is to be maintained at least 20 F
above machinery space ambient by operation of steam air heaters or other heaters in the
furnace.

Fit tight stack covers as soon in the drying process as possible.

C. Installation of Detention Phase Preservation Systems
In general, preservation of interior surfaces of boilers, main steam piping, turbines and
condensers will be by circulation of dehumidified machinery space air. Until machinery
space air reaches the desired relative humidity, air circulated through equipment must be
heated to promote drying and prevent condensation.


PHASE D: FINAL LAY-UP OF BOILERS
Provide all labor, materials, and service to perform the requirements as described below.

A. Closure of Boiler
Secure all waterside and fireside points of access with new gaskets, except for boiler hot
air entry and exit points. Clean all handhole and manhole seating surfaces.

Contractor shall reinstall the boiler heaters and accessories which were removed during
the activation phase. The boiler heating system shall be reinstalled as originally found.

Place the heater on the floor plates near the boiler front and assemble the inlet and outlet
adapters on the heater. Using inlet adapters shaped to match the header or furnace
opening with the duct connection at the center shall complete the connections to drums,
headers and furnaces. The flexible duct hose shall be used to connect the heater outlet to
the boiler air entry points. The filtering element shall be attached to each blower air inlet to
prevent debris from entering the heater and boiler.


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NOTE:        Heaters/fans are those previously removed in activation mode.

Secure all air casing accesses. Make up with new gaskets. Prior to final fireside closure,
evenly distribute 50 pounds of new 1# desiccant bags in the furnace. Make sure bags of
desiccant do not interfere with airflow from the heater.
Prior to final waterside closure, evenly distribute 40 pounds of new 1# desiccant bags into
all drums and headers, including superheater and economizer headers. Place humidity
indicator cards in the drums and headers so that they are visible and can be examined
from the outside of the boiler.

Close the waterside manholes and handholes. At least one handhole in each header and
one manhole shall be fitted with a tight fitting plexiglass cover so that the humidity cards
can be observed without opening the boiler.

B. Hot Air Lay-Up, Boiler Air Entry and Exit Points
All boiler hot air entry and exit points shall be as found at vessels first arrival contractors
facility.

C. Connect The Heaters
All heaters shall be connected as originally found at vessels first arrival contractor's facility
and as described below.

Electric connections to the heater and blower shall be made according to NEC standards
for ships and 46 CFR Part 110. Connect the heater and blower to 440 volt, 60 Hz, 3 phase
circuit breaker. Cable shall be tied up off the deck in a wire way, where possible, and shall
not be tied or secured to any valve, valve wheel, another wire, uninsulated pipe, fuel oil
pipe or gage line. Cable shall not be secured or tied to any machinery or equipment, or
tied to any structure that would pose a hazard to personnel, equipment or machinery.

The adjustable thermostat probe shall be installed through a suitable opening in the base
of the stack just above the economizer. The probe shall extend into the stack a minimum
distance equal to ½ the distance across the stack. Connect the thermostat wires to the
heater and test operate the unit. The blower shall run continuously, except when the
breaker is opened. Thermostat wires shall be tied up similar to the power cable.

D. Final Closure Inspection
The boiler lay-up shall be inspected and meet the satisfaction of the COTR and Owners
Representative.

E. Condition Monitoring
Install relative humidity probes in opposite corners of the furnace and on top of the
economizer of each boiler. Connect probes to a chart recorder or to a data logger. All
connections shall be as originally found at vessels first arrival Contractors facility.



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4.03:               SHAFT LOCKING DEVICE
Provide all labor, materials, and services to reinstall shaft locking device as originally found
and removed during activation




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5.0:              AUX. MACHINERY AND SYSTEMS
5.01:               D.H. SYSTEM ACTIVATION
Upon arrival of the vessel from sea trials provide all labor, materials and services to
activate vessels D.H. systems. D.H. system shall be restored to as originally found and as
described in other items within this specification. This item to be performed in conjunction
with Work Item titled “Firemain D.H.”.

Contractor shall remove all electrical wiring which was removed and stowed during the
activation. Electricians shall reinstall, connect and activate power to three (3) permanently
mounted "D.H." machines to as originally found.

Remove installed blanks for DH unit in external bulkhead of fan room. The blanks shall be
stowed as directed by the Owner’s Representative.

All "elephant trunk" flexible piping shall be brought out from temporary storage and
restored to as originally found prior to vessels activation.

5.02:               D.H. ENVELOPE
Provide all labor, materials and services to reinstall all blanks, cocoons, and vinyl
protective coating over all openings which service areas of the vessel which shall be
dehumidified while the vessel is deactivated. Specific areas of the vessel shall include, but
not limited to, the forward house, aft house, king posts, mast houses, machinery spaces,
and stack. All vinyl protective coatings shall be of same type and grade as originally found
during the activation of the vessel. Sheet metal blanks shall be reinstalled to their original
location. Each of the blanks shall be placed over the opening using new gasket material
and fasteners. Where vent ducting was installed in way of blanks, ducting shall be
removed and blanks reinstalled.

The vessel interiors shall be sealed to maximize dehumidification system effectiveness.
Sealants shall not be used on watertight doors or hatch covers. Strippable sealing tape,
"POLYKEN" or equal, may be used on outside joiner doors.

The following is a partial list of openings, which require attention. It should be noted that
all seals and blanks removed at activation shall be reinstalled.

SHEET METAL BLANKS:
All openings listed below which shall require the reinstallation of sheet metal blanks shall
also be sealed using the sprayable vinyl protective coating.

A.       Fwd Mooring Station:
          Three (3) blanks in way of vent terminals.
          Six (6) blanks in way of three (3) sections of removed ducting.


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B.       Transporter Shop:
          Three (3) blanks in way of one (1) section of installed ducting.

C.       Emergency Generator:
          Four (4) special blanks in way of generator intake and exhaust air and one (1)
           stack cover.

D.       P&S side of cabin deck aft of elevator hydraulic pump rooms
          Four (4) blanks in way of installed sections of ducting.

E.       P&S sides of Cantilevers (inboard)
          Two (2) blanks each, in way of barge positioning winches cable fairlead
           sheaves.

F.       P&S sides upper deck
          Two (2) blanks inside cantilevers in way of access manholes to elevator.

G.       Port side, cabin deck
          One (1) blank in exhaust line from smoke detector cabinet,.


COCOON REINSTALLATION:

All Cocoon material shall be brought out from temporary storage and reinstalled to the
following locations to as originally found:

•        All vent screens at the break of the focsle head on the upper deck at Fr. 17.

•        All vent screens on the upper deck, P&S, on fan house plenums, midship house
         (superstructure) plenums, plenums fwd and aft of stacks and one (1) screen in the
         overhead (underside) of superstructure, portside.

•        All vent screens on the aft end of the Bridge deck and from around both
         Wheelhouse sliding doors.

•        All vent screens, P&S at fwd end of Cantilevers, Frs. 109.

•        Vent screens in Mooring Stations Nos. 2 and 3.
•        All vent screens in Main Barge deck, fwd at Frs. 34.




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OTHER AREAS TO BE SEALED NOT REQUIRING SHEET METAL OR COCCONS:


Exterior Doors:
        Reapply tape, mastic and sealing compounds from all exterior doors, and
          windows.
        Reapply soft sealing in way of all metal weathertight doors and their frames
          located at entrances on superstructure decks, main deck and sliding type metal
          doors at entrances to port and starboard side of wheelhouse.

Vent Openings:
       Reapply sealant in way of bulkhead vents on fwd and aft houses
       Install covers, blanks and sealant on all vent openings for tank vents located
        thoughout the vessel.
       All vent screens on upper deck, on fan house plenums, superstructure plenums,
        plenums forward and aft of stacks. Vent screen on underside of superstructure
        port side. Vent screens P/S forward end of cantilever.
       Install sheet metal blanks in sewage and soil line vents, port and starboard sides
        of wheelhouse.


5.03:               DEACTIVATION AND LAY UP OF STEAM SYSTEMS
Provide all labor, materials, and services to perform the deactivation and lay up of the
vessel steam systems.

Final Drying and Preparation of Steam Systems:
Main steam lines shall be blown down with compressed air and dried with forced hot air.
Turbines and condensers shall be drained and dried with forced hot air.

1.    Blowdown of Main Steam Lines

Remove one (1) SAFETY VALVE from each boiler drum. Connect up air to
safety valve opening, 2-½" hose, with shutoff valves and pressurize boilers to
125-130 psi. Using the boilers as air receivers, blow out the steam systems as
follows.

Remove the internals of traps on the main steam line drains, steam strainer drains and
turbine throttle drains and replace bonnets. Manually open all Main Stops, Bulkhead
Stops, bypass valves around stops, Ahead and Astern throttles, Astern Guarding Valve,
jack open the Oil operated Governor valve and all other valves between the superheater
outlet and the turbines except the throttle valves at turbines, which are to be tightly closed.
Close the superheater outlet stop check valves and open all other main steam stop valves.
Pressurize the steam main with clean, dry oil free compressed air. Individually open each
drain and confirm flow. Drain until all traces of moisture are gone. For solid piped drains,
break the line downstream of all low points to confirm dryness. Repeat this sequence until

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all drains blow dry as soon as they are opened. Release pressure in the steam main by
opening all drains. Close the Main Stops and Bypass valves only.

Open Generator Stops, Bulkhead Stops, Bypass valves. Jack open the Steam Throttles
on SSTG turbines and open all turbine drains. Blow through steam lines until dry. Close
the Boiler Stops and bypass valves only.

2.    Installation of Hot Air Blowers

Open steam strainers upstream of throttle valves on main and auxiliary turbines and
remove, clean, inspect and reinstall baskets. Install a high capacity air heater/blower to
discharge into each strainer. Heater shall be capable of raising 1000 CFM from 70 to 140
F. Blowers should be provided with inlet filters. Blowers may be mounted directly on
larger strainers or ducted to smaller strainers. In either case, a sheet metal transition must
be provided between the strainer flange and the blower or duct flange. Install a full faced,
gasketed, fine mesh screen between the strainer and transition flanges.

3.    Drying Main Steam Piping

Remove superheater stop check valve bonnet and disk (protect disk and stow adjacent to
the valve), open other steam stops and start all heater/blowers to circulate hot air through
the steam lines, superheater and open steam drum manhole for twenty-four (24) hours.
Check accessible locations for moisture. If moisture is found, continue drying.

4.    Drying Turbine and Condenser Watersides

Open inspection plates on all condenser hotwells, jack open throttle valves, open all
turbine and extraction drain lines, close boiler steam stops and replace stop check valve
bonnets. Circulate hot air through turbines and condensers for at least forty-eight (48)
hours. Check accessible locations for moisture. If moisture is found, continue drying.

5.    Draining and Drying of Auxiliary Steam Systems

Auxiliary (Desuperheated) steam systems consist of the following equipment;
Soot Blowers
Main Feed Pumps
All Steam Reducing Stations
Port Feed Pump
Sub-components are;

600 / 200 PSI Reducing Station
600 / 150 PSI Reducing Stations (2)
600 / 28 PSI Reducing Station
Auxiliary Exhaust System
Contaminated Steam System

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HP, IP, and LP Bleed Systems

a)    Open the Soot Blower root valves and blow through lines with drains open
      until dry. Close Root Valves.

b)    Open the Feed Pumps' Root Valves and blow through lines and pumps with
      all drains open. Close root valves.

c)    Open the 600 / 200 PSI Reducing station Root Valve, Regulator inlet, outlet and
      bypass valves. Lift the bonnets on the Exhaust valves on the steam Fire and Bilge
      Pump and Bilge and Oily Ballast pump and blow through lines with all drains open.
      Open the drain on the regulator Y-Strainer. Close the Station Root Valve.

d)    Open the 600 / 28 PSI Reducing Station Root Valve, Regulator Inlet, Outlet and
      Bypass valves. Blow through the Exhaust Augmenting Steam Make Up station, with
      all valves and the Y-Strainer open. Blow through the two (2) Excess Pressure
      Regulators with all valves open. Blow through the boiler Air Heaters. Make sure that
      the vents on Air Heater outlets are open and that air drains to the LP Feed Heater are
      open. Close the 600 / 28 PSI station root valve.

e)    Open #1 600/150 PSI Reducing Station Root Valve, Regulator Inlet, Outlet and
      Bypass valves. Blow the line and reducing station with all drains open until dry. Close
      root valve only.

f)    Open the #2 600/150 PSI Reducing Station Root Valve, Regulator Inlet, Outlet and
      Bypass Valves. Blow through all Air Ejectors, with 1st and 2nd Stage Nozzles open
      and all drains open. Five (5) Air ejectors. Blow through the Steam To the Whistle
      lines, opening the constant drain traps assemblies. Blow through The Gland Seal
      Regulators, with the Regulator Excess Steam dump valve open and the Gland
      Leakoff valve(s) open. Blow through the steam line to the Contaminated Evaporator
      Coil with the return's open. Open the bypass around the steam supply to the
      Contaminated Evaporator so as to pressurize the 50 and 35 PSI systems.

g)    Blow out each F.O. Tank Heating Coil, one at a time, until dry. When blowing out
      heating coils, drain to the bilge should be open. Tank Heating coils include the four
      (4) Cargo Oil Tanks.

h)    Blow out the coils in the four (4) Fuel Oil Heaters until dry.

i)    Blow out the Steam Hot Water Heater coil with drain open until dry.

j)    Blow out the L.O. Purifier Heater until dry.

k)    Blow out all sea chest Steaming Out connections, with valve bonnets lifted.


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l)    Blow out the Sewage Tanks Steaming Out lines until dry. 35 PSI System.

m)    Blow out all Quarters and Public Spaces steam Radiators. Remove the
      Drain Trap covers at each radiator and stow adjacent to the radiator(s).

n)    Blow out all heating lines to Galley and Pantries. Drain the Traps and leave open.

o)    Blow out all lines to the A.C. Preheaters and Reheaters in the Fan Rooms, with traps
      open.

p)    Blow out the A.C. Hot Water Converter with drains open.

When all steam lines / systems are proven dry, open any individual root valve to reducing
station, etc., close off boiler stops and secure air to boilers. Open all boiler(s) drain valves
and drain to bilges.


6.    Make necessary removals to blow down with air, the below listed equipment and
      piping, etc.
       L.P. Feed Heaters
       Gland Leakoff Condenser
       Main and Aux Air Ejectors,( Inter / after Condensers)
       Main and Aux condensers Drain Wells.

Blow through all Vent Lines, Make Up Feed Lines, (Regulator and Bypass), Excess Feed
Lines, (Regulator and Bypass), Loop Seal Lines, Drain Lines and any other system lines
required to complete drainage.

Blow through the Main and Aux Feed Lines, from the Economizer's Inlet back down to the
Feed Pumps. Lift the bonnets on all valves on the Port Feed Pump suction and discharge
manifolds and blow through all lines until clear / dry. Blow through the boiler "wet layup"
lines. Blow through all condensate and boiler water sample lines to coolers.

Ensure loop 5 Gal. line and hot well is clear of debris and thoroughly drained.

Leave access hole open for D.H. air circulation. Renew all zincs, gaskets and defective
fasteners. On completion remove all liquids, sediments and debris from vessel. Drain
hotwell by removing plug or cover plate and leave same open for D.H. circulation.
Remove shoring. Cover plates are not to be reinstalled but secured to the heads with
necessary nuts/bolts. All other required nuts, bolts, etc., are to be placed in a canvas bag
or equal and secured to the unit.

End covers and water boxes shall be cleaned, dried and coated with two full coats of
Apexior #3 or equal. Clean and fresh water rinse the water boxes, tube sheet. Upon


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completion, the unit shall be completely dried by blowing out with air and/or wiping. When
directed, close-up in good order, renewing gaskets and defective fasteners.

Any removals/components that are designated by the MARAD Representative to be left
open for lay up/DH purposes, are to be properly identified, listed and the hardware is to be
wired adjacent to the opening(s).

7. Gland Seal System
Open valve bonnets and drains and break piping flanges as necessary to drain gland seal
system.

8. SSTG No. 1 and No. 2
Remove the auxiliary condenser condensate drain well inspection cover and bolt adjacent
to the openings. String all removed nuts on wire and attach to the cover. Remove all
debris from the drain well.

Remove the elbow on each generator turbine connection to the atmosphere exhaust pipe.
Swing the elbow out and reconnect it to the relief valve. Cover the turbine openings with
40 mesh copper wire screen. String all removed nuts and bolts on wire and attach to the
elbows. Remove the old gaskets and supply new gaskets, attach to the elbows.

5.04:               DISTILLERS CLEANING AND LAY UP (TWO UNITS)
Provide all labor, materials and services to open up, clean, and rinse with fresh water all
internal parts and chambers of distillers. Distillers shall be drained and dried; all wash
water shall be pumped ashore and disposed of. Inspection covers for tube bundles,
demisters etc, shall be left open with all fasteners and new contractor furnished gaskets
attached.

Distiller Manufacturer: AMF-CUNO MAXIM; two-stage flash type 16,000 gal/day,
Model FS16C2.

5.05:               COMPRESSED AND CONYROL AIR SYSTEMS LAY UP
Provide all labor, materials, and services to perform the requirements of the below
specification.

Contractor shall drain the compressed air and control air systems at their lowest points.
Blow down the air receivers, filters, traps and lines. Open air receivers, clean and wipe
dry.

Close the Ship Service Air to Deck Valves and blank off lines. Open both Air Receivers, all
valves to and from receivers, drains, etc. Open all service air Outlets in the Engine Room,
Shaft Alley. Open the cross over valves between ships service and Control Air Systems.
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Break air connections lines on Level Indicators, Regulating Valves, Controllers, Pilots,
Feed Water Regulators, Air Operated Valves and A.C. Temperature Controls, so as to
allow for DH air diffusion through the air systems.

5.06:               PIPING AND AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT
Provide all labor, materials, and services to flush, drain and dry out all lines and
components in salt water systems including: all bilge, ballast, fire, salt water service piping
and manifolds. These systems shall be flushed with a mixture of fresh water and sodium
silicate followed by a flush with a pre-mixed, non-toxic propylene glycol anti-freeze and rust
inhibitor (Camco or equal). Thoroughly drain and blow out all lines and manifolds with
clean dry compressed air. Open out all traps, strainers, plugs and other system low points
to ensure complete drainage and drying. Any flanges that are broken and/or plugs
removed to accomplish this item shall be clearly tagged, at the time of breakage. All
broken flanges and removed plugs shall be made up and closed with new contractor
furnished gaskets at the completion of draining and drying of systems.

Contractor shall plan and schedule work in a manner that items can and shall be done in
conjunction with other related items as listed in this specification and, ensure that all
machinery and associated piping systems on board vessel normally containing water are
drained. Systems shall include but not be limited to.

Main Condenser, Auxiliary Condenser, Lube Oil Coolers, Heat Exchangers, SW Strainers,
Fire Main system, Bilge and Ballast System, SW Pumps

All machinery shall be drained thoroughly on both the steam and fresh/salt water sides by
utilizing drain valves, drain plugs, opening valve bonnets, breaking pipe flanges or any
other approved method. Use a probe to clear clogged drainage openings, extract loose
accumulations of scale. Ensure all machinery drains are clear and free of obstruction.
Filters shall be removed, cleaned, and left open. Strainers are to be opened, cleaned
internally, baskets cleaned and reassembled in good order. All valve chest plates shall be
slacked off. Prior to draining, all salt water pumps, strainers and piping shall be flushed
with fresh water to insure traces of salt are removed.

After draining, pumps shall be hand rotated to clear any trapped water

Piping systems are to be drained through existing drain valves or fittings, breaking pipe
flanges at the low points, breaking pump connections, or any other approved method. Use
a probe to clear clogged drainage openings. Ensure control valves are placed in an open
position to facilitate draining.

Thoroughly dry out the above drained machinery and piping systems. Drying can be
accomplished by blowing clean, dry compressed air, forced heated air or dehumidified air
through the systems. Dryness of machinery and piping systems shall be proved to the
Owners Representative by visual inspection and fiber optic borescope inspection.


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In addition to draining the SW systems the following equipment shall be opened and
cleaned as per the following specifications:

Lube Oil and Generator Air Coolers:
Drain saltwater side of the lube oil and air coolers. Unbolt and remove the saltwater inlet
and outlet piping to coolers and remove return heads. Thoroughly rod-out all tubes of
coolers using wire brush and blow clear with air. Thoroughly clean out heads and water
boxes of each unit and remove all debris. Dry out all surfaces and coat surfaces including
covers with two (2) coats of Apexior No. 3 or equal. Renew zincs. Clean gasket lands of
mating surfaces and reinstall all materials using approved new gasket material. Renew
zincs. Renew any defective or missing fasteners. Leave return head open for D/H
circulation. Open duplex lube oil strainer, clean and close up. Open, clean and close S.W.
Strainers.

The following coolers are involved.
1. Two (2) main lube oil coolers
2. Two (2) generator lube oil coolers
3. Two (2) generator space heater/coolers on main generators

Main & Auxiliary Condensers:
Close and lock all sea valves with chain and padlock (keyed alike). Open the vent and
drain valve on each condenser. Drain condensers, and pump out bilges ashore. Remove
the two (2) inspection covers on the inlet/outlet end of each condenser and the bottom
inspection cover on the opposite end for air diffusion and bolt covers adjacent to openings.

Clean surfaces of all tube sheets, heads, water boxes and cover plates. Contractor shall
lance and blow through each tube using compressed air and water blower (Goodway
Quick Shot or equal). Contractor shall utilize fiber or soft wire brush which will be sufficient
to remove any marine growth from tubes. Hang catch nets in outlet end of unit. Using
approximately one thousand (1000) short bristled tube cleaning brushes, lance and blow
through each tube. After each time brushes are shot, hose clean before using again on
next pass. Cleaning crew shall be experienced in this type of cleaning technique and
familiar with the tell tale sign associated with hang-up of brushed due to obstructions.
Hung-up brushes shall be rodded out with flexible rod which will not score tube I.D.

5.07:               OILY WATER SEPARATOR
Provide all labor, materials and services to drain the oily water separator, including the
monitor in the lower engine room, by connecting compressed air and thoroughly blow dry.
Include flow meters, piping and attached equipment.




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5.08:               REFRIGERATION, AIR CONDITIONING & COMPRESSORS
                    REEFER BOXES
Provide all labor, materials, and the services of a qualified service technician to deactivate
the vessel’s A/C and domestic refrigeration units.

Contractor shall reclaim all R134 refrigerant. Refrigerant lines are to be emptied by
pumping R134 back into storage bottles. Contractor shall supply pumps, etc to complete
this task. All drains are to be cleared and drain lines blown. Secure all valves in system
and bring oil level in all compressors to above shaft seal. Tag compressors to annotate
same.

Open up the salt water sides of refrigeration condensers by removing heads and/or
inspection covers. Flush and drain condensers completely, including air lance of tubes.

Remove debris from water boxes, clean gasket landings, make new gaskets and leave
wired adjacent to removals with fasteners. Renew zincs as required.

The following condensers are involved:
A. Air conditioning condensers, three (3)
B. Ship's service refrigeration condensers, two (2)

5.09:               F.W. TANKS – POTABLE, DISTILLED & RESERVE FEED
Provide all labor, materials, and services to open up and pump / drain the two (2) domestic
water tanks, the distilled water tank, and the reserve feed water tank.
After the domestic water tanks and the distilled water tanks have been drained, the
Contractor shall remove the manhole covers pump out any remaining water and dry the
tanks. Bolt the manhole covers adjacent to the opening with a new gasket.

Contractor open the reserve feed water double bottom tank. All water in the tank shall be
pumped off the vessel. Contractor shall ventilate the tank and thoroughly dry the same.
After the tank has been dried and the tank has been inspected by the Owner’s
Representative, the Contractor shall reinstall the manhole covers with new contractor
furnished gaskets.

Drain the Potable Water Pressure tank, close off the Pump's discharge valves to the
system / tank. Connect up air to the pressure tank and pressurize to approximately 90 psi.
In a similar manner, isolate the Hot Water Circ pump and pressurize the Hot Water Heater
(Tank).

With air pressure on the Hot and Cold water sides of the system, starting at the upper most
outlet, (Chill Water Expansion tank in the Bridge toilet), open all water valves until all water
is blown clear. Open valves one at a time from the top, working down. Open all shower
valves, wash basin faucets, galley sinks, slop sinks, scuttle butts, and deck FW outlets
until all water is blown clear.

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When all of the above has been blown dry to the satisfaction of the Owner Representative,
shut off the air to the tanks and allow them to blow down under pressure until empty.

Open manhole / inspection plates on Potable Pressure Tank and H.W Heater, clean out
and completely wipe dry. Inspection plates will be left open with covers secured adjacent
to the openings with new gaskets and hardware attached.

All shower faucets and non-spring loaded sink faucets shall be left open.

5.10:               PRESSURE VESSELS
Provide all labor, materials, and services to open, drain, clean and dry the DC heater, hot
water heater, potable water pressure tank, air receivers and sanitary pressure tank. Two
air receivers to be opened and cleaned. New gaskets shall be supplied for all pressure
vessel openings. All tanks shall be thoroughly cleaned out. Tanks shall remain open. All
covers, fasteners and new contractor furnished gaskets shall be stored adjacent to tank
openings.

5.11:               BILGE WELLS
Provide all labor, materials, and services to remove the Strainer Plates on all Bilge Wells
throughout the vessel.

Clean, remove all residue, scale and thoroughly dry the bilge wells.

Strainer plates are to be left off and attached adjacent to the wells with hardware bagged
and attached to the plates.

5.12:               SEWAGE AND SANITARY DRAIN SYSTEM
Provide all labor, material and services to deactivate and lay up vessels sanitary systems
as described below and in other items within this specification.

Pump out and clean sewage holding tank and sewage treatment system. Flush with fresh
water and chlorinate to disinfect all machinery, tanks, pumps and piping. Ventilate and dry
- leave open for aeration. Install protective screens on tanks to preclude entry while
allowing continuous ventilation.

Provide labor, material and equipment to open up and pump out the MSD Units (2) and
systems. Completely drain the brine injection tank in each system. Remove and dispose
of sludge in holding tank, flush, leave dry, clean up tank lids, and renew gaskets if
defective. Leave tank lids and drain valves open.

Contractor shall in conjunction with the cleaning and draining of plumbing systems place a
hose and suction device into each toilet bowl trap to remove excess water and soil. The
system will then be blown down.

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Dispose of all waste and wastewater shall be in accordance with all federal, state and local
regulations.

5.13:               D.H. OPENINGS FOR EQUIPMENT
Provide all labor, material and services to activate and open up various systems for D. H.
distribution and D. H. sealing as described below.

Remove the Main Steam Strainer. Wire the strainer basket adjacent to throttle manifold,
along with cap, new Gasket and hardware. Fabricate a wooden blank with an opening in
the center to receive 2" flexible hose. Mount the blank at the strainer, install flexible hose
between the blank and the closest fire station outlet.

Open two (2) designated inspection plates on the Main Reduction Gear.                                   Install wire
screen mesh in way of inspection opening, properly secured.

Remove the inspection plates from each SSTG Gear Case. Install wire screen mesh in
way of inspection opening, properly secured.

Main and Aux Condensers' Wells shall be left OPEN.

Atmospheric Drain Tank, L.O. Sludge Tanks, and Contaminated Drain Inspection tank are
all to be thoroughly cleaned, dried out and left open.

All Heat Exchangers are to be left with sufficient openings at either end, so as to allow for
D.H. air circulation. This may be accomplished by the removal of Plugs, Valves,
Inspection Plates, or if required, the removal of the head(s).

Bilge, Ballast and Salt Water lines in the engine room and shaft alley are to be left open,
either by means of removing valve bonnets, breaking/jacking open flanges, or by the
installation of 'low point' drains, if none exist.

Bilge and Ballast valves for lines OUTSIDE the engine room shall be left closed.

Block up relief valve on top of H.P. turbine casing connect flexible hose, 3" dia. from relief
valve connection to 6" D.H. flexible duct.

Remove cover plate on top of gear case. Use existing cover plate and connect 3" dia.
flexible duct to cover plate and main 6" D.H, duct.

Remove the main condenser drain well cover. Bolt the cover adjacent to the opening.
String the removed nuts on wire and attach to cover. Remove all debris from the drain
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5.14:               TANK SOUNDINGS
Provide all labor, materials, and services to sound all tanks twenty-four (24) hours prior to
vessels departure for final lay-up site the. Four (4) typewritten copies of the soundings and
contents of tanks shall be submitted to the Owners Representative

5.15:               ENGINE ROOM ACCESS PLATES, LOWER BARGE DECK
                    P&S
When directed, provide labor and materials to Unbolt and rig aside the bulkhead access
plates between the lower barge deck and the machinery ladder trunk as previous installed
during activation. Secure plates adjacent to openings using existing stowage
arrangements.




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6.0:              ELECTRICAL SECTION
6.01:               BATTERIES AND BATTERY CHARGER
Provide all labor, materials and services to clean and neutralize all battery lockers, trays
and surrounding areas.

Disconnect battery cable from terminals - clean cables and terminal posts. All batteries
shall be disconnected and removed for disposal by contractor. Disposal shall be in
accordance with all state, local and federal regulations




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7.0:              CARGO HANDLING, MOORING & DECK
                  MACHINERY




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8.0:              HABITABILITY
8.01:               SHIP’S SERVICE REFRIGERATION SPACES
Provide all labor, materials and services to thoroughly clean the vessel's domestic
refrigeration spaces. This shall include all gratings, shelving, diffuser fans, panel doors,
and gaskets. After spaces have been cleaned, wipe down all areas so that they are
completely dry. When gratings are dry, reinstall them in boxes.

8.02:               ICE MACHINES AND WATER FOUNTAINS
Provide all labor, materials and services to disconnect the water supply lines and the drain
lines at the drinking fountains and icemakers throughout vessel. Ice machines shall be
cleaned and left dry.

8.03:               GALLEY EQUIPMENT AND MISC. CLEANING
Provide all labor, materials, and services to perform the requirements as described below.

The exhaust fans and Gaylord hoods / range hoods shall be cleaned and degreased. All
decks and drains shall be washed down, cleared and blown down. All bulkheads,
overheads shall be washed down. All tile work, bulkheads and ceilings shall be thoroughly
cleaned. All range surfaces shall be thoroughly degreased.

8.04:               ACCOMODATIONS CLEANING AND PIPING DRAINAGE
Provide all labor, materials, and services to ensure that all sinks and wash basins, all
sanitary traps, toilet bowls, shower and deck drains etc., are drained and dried out. All
porcelain, tile work, fittings, mirrors, etc. in these spaces shall be scoured and cleaned. All
Shower curtains are to be wiped down and the curtains folded back neatly. All toilet bowls
after cleaning and draining shall be covered in heavy duty clear plastic, and taped around
the base of the bowl to secure from use. Each room shall be cleaned and secured from
intrusion. All passageways are to be cleaned and decks protected with heavy duty, fire
retardant paper.

All deck drains in laundry room shall be proven clear. Trap plugs in sinks shall be
removed and attached to the sinks. Washer and driers will be disconnected and left open.

8.05:               FINAL CLEANING OF VESSEL
The vessel shall be delivered to the Lay-up site in a clean condition and it is the
Contractor's responsibility to carry out this requirement. All cleaning of the vessel shall be
to the satisfaction of the Owners Representative. (Some work sub-items may be covered
elsewhere in this specification.)

Staterooms and Offices
All bulkheads and overhead paneling are to be cleaned with fresh water, cleaning solvent
and wiped dry. All desktops, shelves, cabinets, bunks and lockers are to be cleaned in a

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similar manner. All drawers are to be cleaned internally and put in their respective places.
Clean all mirrors, port lights, ceiling and bunk lights. Upon return of mattresses and pillows
from cleaning facility, re-stow mattresses and pillows flat on all bunks and cover with heavy
paper or plastic if not returned from cleaners in protective covering. Clean all Air
Conditioning units, louvers and lint screens. Scrub all decks with cleaning detergent and
remove all dirt, grime, etc. Wipe clean all chairs, tables, furniture, etc.

The Contractor shall arrange for all sheets, mattress pads, blankets and pillow cases to be
gathered and sent out to be laundered. For estimating purposes it should be assumed that
there are at least fifty (50) of each item. The cleaned items should be packaged and
returned to vessel and stored as directed.

Showers and Water Closets
Clean all overhead and bulkhead surfaces with fresh water and cleaning solvent and wipe
dry. Scrub and clean toilet bowls, toilet seats and bases. Clean all wash basins, medicine
cabinets, mirrors, faucets and soap dishes. Scrub down the tile decking with heavy
detergent to remove all dirt, scum and mildew.

Storerooms, Cleaning Gear Lockers, etc.
Wipe down all overheads and bulkheads with fresh water and cleaning solvent. Clean all
shelves, storage racks, slop sinks, bins, etc., with fresh water and solvent and wipe dry.
Scrub and clean decks with heavy duty detergent and leave dry

Passageways and Stairs
Clean overheads, bulkheads, any glass enclosures/notice boards, etc., on bulkheads at all
deck levels. Clean all Air Conditioning units, louvers and lint screens. Clean passageway
decks.

Galley and Pantry Equipment
All loose galley and pantry utensils, all crockery, all pots, pans and trays shall be gathered,
cleaned thoroughly boxed and placed in storage as directed. All remaining equipment,
counter tops, interior and exterior shall be washed down and left clean. Deep fryer shall
be emptied and cleaned. The exhaust canopies shall be degreased and cleaned. All
exhaust fans shall be cleaned. All decks and drains shall be washed down, cleared and
blown down. All bulkheads shall be washed down as directed.

Machinery Spaces
Machinery spaces are to include, but not be limited to, Anchor Windlass Room, all Motor
Generator Rooms, all Fan Rooms, Pump room, Pump room Access passage, Steering
Gear Room, Shaft Alley and Escape Trunk, Engine Room, Engine Room and Shaft Alley
tank tops, Emergency Generator Room and CO2 Room.

All surfaces within machinery spaces are to be thoroughly cleaned. All foreign material
such as fuel oil, grease, rags, water, dirt, loose scale, etc., is to be removed and areas left
clean and dry. Tank tops are to be cleaned and left dry. Cleaning is to include beams,

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ladders, stringers, piping, bilge wells, external surfaces of machinery, boilers, uptakes,
emergency diesel generator and machine shop. Floor plates are to be cleaned of any fuel,
oil, etc., and broom swept.

Engine Room Bilges and Floor Plates
Contractor shall thoroughly dry and clean, the Engine Room bilge areas, including the
Emergency Fire Pump Well and the Anti-heeling Pump Well. Contractor shall clean and
degrease all floor plates.

Decks
All barge Decks, Deck Houses, House Tops, Hatches, Rails, Stacks, etc., shall be
cleaned. All grease deposits, trash and other foreign materials shall be removed. Wash
down with fresh water all deck drains and scuppers and shall be proven clear and running
free.




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9.0:              INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL, NAVIGATION
                  AND SAFETY SECTION

9.01:               FIRE MAIN D.H.
Provide all labor, materials, and services to reinstall D. H. system to as originally found and
as described in this item. This item shall work in conjunction with other D. H. items. Fire
main shall be used for dehumidification distribution.

Remove bonnets on 5" fire main block valves, main deck stbd. side, frame 32 and cabin
deck stbd. side Frame 75 for installation of D.H. flexible hoses. Remove bonnet on engine
room fire pump check valve. Open all fire main isolation valves.

Remove two (2) 2½" Siamese Y-Connections at the aft end of the main house, Main Deck,
in order to gain access to the Non-Return valves on the shore connection(s). Open and
clean the non return valves out and prove operational.

All flanges and plugs used for flushing and draining of fire main shall be closed at the time
of completion of this item.

9.02:               FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM
Provide labor and material including the service of qualified service technician to
disconnect and lay up vessels fire fighting systems and equipment

A. CO2 System
Disconnect the master CO2 controls and all CO2 cylinders throughout the vessel.

B. Portable Extinguishers
All portable/semiportable CO2 and dry chemical extinguishers shall be collected from fire
station and stored as directed.

C. Fire Stations
Remove from all fire fighting station equipment (nozzles, applicators, hoses, spanners and
axes) and properly stow in a centralized equipment room/DH zone of the vessel, as
directed.

Thoroughly dry all hoses prior to stowage. Coat hose connection with antiseize
compound.

Prepare an inventory of all equipment stowed. Mark all equipment for eventual return to
proper station.




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9.03:               LIFEBOATS
Provide all labor, materials, and services to remove all provisions and loose equipment
from each lifeboat and properly stow as directed.

Thoroughly clean all interior surfaces of the boats with an approved detergent.

9.04:               INFLATABLE LIFE RAFTS
Provide all labor, materials, and services to off load life rafts from vessel and transport rafts
to Marad warehouse, Chesapeake VA.

9.05:               MISCELLANEOUS LIFE SAVING EQUIPMENT
Provide all labor, material and services to deactivate and lay up vessels lifesaving
equipment as described below and in other items within this specification.

Gather all lifejackets from each of the crew's cabins and count.                                Neatly stack in a
centralized equipment room/DH zone of the vessel as directed.

Retain whistles, jacket water lights, etc., on the jacket. Remove all batteries from the
battery operated water lights and dispose. Mark and inventory all equipment for eventual
return to proper station. Prepare a list for replacement of missing or worn equipment.

Place emergency gear (Scott air packs, OBA'S, line throwing apparatus, etc.) in a
centralized equipment room of the vessel as directed.

Mark inventory all equipment for eventual return to proper station.                               Prepare a list of
replacements for missing/worn equipment.

Store all life buoy rings in a centralized equipment room/DH zone of the vessel as directed.
Retain water lights with buoy and collect the 6-volt lantern batteries for storage. Mark and
inventory all equipment for eventual return to proper station.             Prepare a list of
replacements of missing/worn equipment.

Place all survival suits in a centralized equipment room/non-DH zone of the vessel as
directed.

Light and smoke signals shall be placed in locked boxes and removed from vessel.
Dispose of all pyrotechnics. Prepare a list of replacements.


9.06:               RUDDER LOCKS AND STEERING SYSTEM
Provide all labor, materials, and services to reinstall rudder locking device as originally
found and removed during activation. In addition, all hydraulic valves on the steering gear
that are NORMALLY OPEN for operation are to be CLOSED, to hydraulically lock the
system. Tag all aforementioned valves with RED tags indicating that they are closed.

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Contractor shall affix a RED sign to the outside of each steering gear motor controller box
indicating that hydraulic valves are closed.




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